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7972en - p01 - 02 . fm Page 1 Monday , August 1 , 2005 4 : 11 PM The illustration shows SC - HT730 . OPEN CLOSE DISC EXCHANGE DISC SKIP VOLUME 1 2 3 4 5 PHONES INPUT SELECTOR H.BASS PROGRESSIVE CD MODE POWER 5 DISC SELECTOR DOWN UP TUNE MODE FM MODE MEMORY TUNING Operating Instructions Advanced DVD Home Theater Sound System 11 page progressive scan Model No.SC - HT730 / SC - HT733 / Provides a smoother and sharper image . SC - HT930 / SC - HT933 Compatible with a variety 15 page of media formats DVD - RAM , DVD - Audio , DVD - Video and more . Region number The player plays DVD - Video marked with labels containing the region number “ 1 ” or “ ALL ” . Example : High performance 1 2 1 ALL 4 30 page sound effects Sound field control ( SFC ) , Bass sound enhancement and more . If you have any questions contact In the U.S.A . : 1 - 800 - 211 - PANA ( 7262 ) [ U.S.A . [ and [ Canada [ In Canada : 1 - 800 - 561 - 5505 ® As an ENERGY STAR Partner , Panasonic has determined that ® this product meets the ENERGY STAR Before connecting , operating or adjusting this product , guidelines for energy efficiency . please read the instructions completely . § Please keep this manual for future reference . For Canada only : The word “ Participant ” is used in place of the word “ Partner ” . P PC PX RQT7972 - 4P
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7972en - p01 - 02 . fm Page 2 Friday , June 10 , 2005 2 : 37 PM Dear customer ≥ These operating instructions are applicable to models SC - HT730 , SC - HT733 , SC - HT930 and SC - HT933 for a Thank you for purchasing this product . For optimum performance variety of regions . and safety , please read these instructions carefully . ≥ Unless otherwise indicated , illustrations in these operating instructions are of SC - HT730 for U.S.A . and Canada . [ HT730 ] : indicates features applicable to SC - HT730 only . ≥ Operations in these instructions are described mainly [ HT733 ] : SC - HT733 only . with the remote control , but you can perform the [ HT930 ] : SC - HT930 only . operations on the main unit if the controls are the same . [ HT933 ] : SC - HT933 only . System SC - HT730 SC - HT733 SC - HT930 SC - HT933 Main unit SA - HT730 SA - HT733 SA - HT930 SA - HT933 Front speakers SB - FS730 SB - FS730 SB - FS930 SB - PF920 Center speaker SB - PC730 SB - PC730 SB - PC930 SB - PC920 Surround speakers SB - FS731 SB - FS731 SB - FS931 SB - PS920 Active subwoofer SB - WA730 SB - WA733 SB - WA930 SB - WA933 THE FOLLOWING APPLIES ONLY IN THE U.S.A . CAUTION ! FCC Note : THIS PRODUCT UTILIZES A LASER . This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits USE OF CONTROLS OR ADJUSTMENTS OR for a Class B digital device , pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules . PERFORMANCE OF PROCEDURES OTHER THAN THOSE These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection SPECIFIED HEREIN MAY RESULT IN HAZARDOUS against harmful interference in a residential installation . This RADIATION EXPOSURE . equipment generates , uses and can radiate radio frequency DO NOT OPEN COVERS AND DO NOT REPAIR YOURSELF . energy and , if not installed and used in accordance with the REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED PERSONNEL . instructions , may cause harmful interference to radio communications . However , there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation . If this WARNING : equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE , ELECTRIC SHOCK reception , which can be determined by turning the equipment off OR PRODUCT DAMAGE , DO NOT EXPOSE THIS and on , the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference APPARATUS TO RAIN , MOISTURE , DRIPPING OR by one or more of the following measures : ≥ Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna . SPLASHING AND THAT NO OBJECTS FILLED WITH ≥ Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver . LIQUIDS , SUCH AS VASES , SHALL BE PLACED ON ≥ Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from THE APPARATUS . that to which the receiver is connected . ≥ Consult the dealer or an experienced radio / TV technician for help . CAUTION ! Any unauthorized changes or modifications to this equipment ≥ DO NOT INSTALL OR PLACE THIS UNIT IN A BOOKCASE , would void the user’s authority to operate this device . BUILT - IN CABINET OR IN ANOTHER CONFINED SPACE . This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules . Operation is ENSURE THE UNIT IS WELL VENTILATED . TO PREVENT subject to the following two conditions : ( 1 ) This device may not RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK OR FIRE HAZARD DUE TO cause harmful interference , and ( 2 ) this device must accept any OVERHEATING , ENSURE THAT CURTAINS AND ANY interference received , including interference that may cause OTHER MATERIALS DO NOT OBSTRUCT THE undesired operation . VENTILATION VENTS . Responsible Party : ≥ DO NOT OBSTRUCT THE UNIT’S VENTILATION OPENINGS Panasonic Corporation of North America WITH NEWSPAPERS , TABLECLOTHS , CURTAINS , AND One Panasonic Way SIMILAR ITEMS . Secaucus , NJ 07094 ≥ DO NOT PLACE SOURCES OF NAKED FLAMES , SUCH AS Telephone No . : 1 - 800 - 211 - 7262 LIGHTED CANDLES , ON THE UNIT . ≥ DISPOSE OF BATTERIES IN AN ENVIRONMENTALLY THE FOLLOWING APPLIES ONLY IN THE U.S.A . AND CANADA FRIENDLY MANNER . This product may receive radio interference caused by mobile CAUTION telephones during use . If such interference is apparent , please RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK increase separation between the product and the mobile DO NOT OPEN telephone . CAUTION : TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK , DO NOT REMOVE SCREWS . The socket outlet shall be installed near the equipment and NO USER - SERVICEABLE PARTS easily accessible or the mains plug or an appliance coupler shall INSIDE . remain readily operable . REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL . For units with PX printed on the outer packaging The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol , within THIS UNIT IS INTENDED FOR USE IN MODERATE CLIMATES . an equilateral triangle , is intended to alert the user to the presence of uninsulated “ dangerous voltage ” within the product’s enclosure that may be of suffi - For units with PX printed on the outer packaging cient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock CAUTION : to persons . The AC voltage is different according to the area . Be sure to set the proper voltage in your area before use . The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle ( For details , please refer to page 12 . ) is intended to alert the user to the presence of important operating and maintenance ( servicing ) instructions in the literature accompanying the ap - RQT7972 pliance . 2
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7972en - p03 - 31 . fm Page 3 Monday , August 8 , 2005 11 : 40 AM TABLE OF CONTENTS Using navigation menus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Getting started Playing data discs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Playing from the selected track in the CD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 TM discs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Playing HighMAT Playing RAM discs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Simple setup Using on - screen menus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 STEP 1 Front speaker assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Main menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 Other speaker setup options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Other Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 STEP 2 Positioning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Changing the player settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 STEP 3 Connecting speakers with the subwoofer . . 10 Changing the delay time ( Speaker Settings ) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 STEP 4 Video connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 INSTRUCTIONS Other operations STEP 5 Radio and system connections . . . . . . . . . 12 STEP 6 The remote control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 The radio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 STEP 7 QUICK SETUP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Automatic presetting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Selecting the preset channels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Control reference guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Manual tuning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Optional antenna connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Discs that can be played . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Sound field and sound quality . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 Main unit and disc caution . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 SAFETY Sound Field Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 Super Surround . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 Disc operations Center Focus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 Dolby Pro Logic II . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 Basic play . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Down - mixing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 IMPORTANT Enhancing the bass sound . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 Using the main unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Subwoofer level . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 Using the remote control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Speaker level adjustments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 Other useful functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 Convenient functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Sleep timer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 Disc information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Muting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 Displaying current playback condition ( QUICK OSD ) . . . . . . . 18 / Using headphones . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 Reviewing titles to play ( ADVANCED DISC REVIEW ) . . . . . . . 18 CONTENTS Operating other equipment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 CD sequential play ( CD MODE ) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Operating the television and the video cassette recorder . . . . . 32 Quick replay . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Operating the tape deck ( [ HT930 ] [ HT933 ] only ) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 Skipping one minute forward ( CM SKIP ) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Changing the zoom ratio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Reference Changing play speed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 OF Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 Angle selection and Still picture rotation / advance . . . . . . . . . . 19 Changing soundtracks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Troubleshooting guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 TABLE Changing subtitles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Product Service / Maintenance / Glossary . . . . . . . . . . . . 38 Repeat play . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Limited Warranty ( ONLY FOR U.S.A . ) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 Program / Random play . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Back cover IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS Read these operating instructions carefully before using the unit . Follow the safety instructions on the unit and the applicable safety instructions listed below . Keep these operating instructions handy for future reference . 1 ) Read these instructions . 10 ) Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at plugs , convenience receptacles , and the point 2 ) Keep these instructions . where they exit from the apparatus . 3 ) Heed all warnings . 11 ) Only use attachments / accessories specified by the manufacturer . 4 ) Follow all instructions . 12 ) Use only with the cart , stand , tripod , bracket , or 5 ) Do not use this apparatus near water . table specified by the manufacturer , or sold with 6 ) Clean only with dry cloth . the apparatus . When a cart is used , use caution when moving the cart / apparatus combination to 7 ) Do not block any ventilation openings . Install in accordance with avoid injury from tip - over . the manufacturer’s instructions . 13 ) Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or 8 ) Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators , heat when unused for long periods of time . registers , stoves , or other apparatus ( including amplifiers ) that produce heat . 14 ) Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel . Servicing is required when the apparatus has been damaged in any way , 9 ) \ U.S.A . \ and \ Canada ] such as power - supply cord or plug is damaged , liquid has been Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding - spilled or objects have fallen into the apparatus , the apparatus type plug . A polarized plug has two blades with one wider than has been exposed to rain or moisture , does not operate the other . A grounding - type plug has two blades and a third normally , or has been dropped . grounding prong . The wide blade or the third prong are provided for your safety . If the provided plug does not fit into your outlet , consult an electrician for replacement of the obsolete outlet . ( Back of product ) RQT7972 The laser product label has not been attached to products for 3 ( Inside of product ) the U.S.A . and Canada
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HT730 . book Page 4 Wednesday , June 1 , 2005 8 : 55 AM Simple setup The supplied stands are specially designed for attachment to Panasonic SB - FS730 , SB - FS930 or STEP1 Front speaker assembly SB - PF920 front speakers . Use only as indicated in this setup . Preparation ≥ To prevent damage or scratches , lay down a soft cloth and perform assembly on it . ≥ For assembly , use a Phillips - head screwdriver . assembly ≥ Make sure you have all the indicated components before starting assembly , setup , and connection . ≥ There is no difference between the right and left speakers and pipes . [ HT730 ] [ HT733 ] speaker 2 Front 4 Pipes 2 Bases 4 Washer 4 Bracket 4 Small 2 Brackets Sheet of ≥ 2kpipe A ≥ 2kpipe B speakers screws screws screws rubber pads ( with cable ) Front You can use the front speakers without assembling with the stands . In this case , attach the included rubber pads to the base of the speakers . This prevents vibration from causing the speakers to move or fall over . Use 3 or 4 pads per speaker . 1 Attach the pipes to the bases . 3 Attach the pipes to the speakers . Slot the screw head in between the 2 stoppers of the speaker 1 Insert pipe B . groove . Match these holes when you Ensure the pipe is fastened on straight by gradually tightening the Pipe B insert the pipe . right and left screws alternately until fully tightened . To prevent a short - circuit , do not cover the connection terminals with the pipe . Bracket screws Base Pipe A Bracket 2 Secure pipe B to the base . Ensure the screws are securely fastened . Screw head Washer screws Phillips - head screwdriver Front speaker ( not included ) Stoppers Connection terminals 4 Connect the speaker cables . 2 Assemble the pipes . 1 Thread the speaker cable from pipe A through pipe B and Rear of the speaker the base . For quicker threading , loosely fold the cable in half ( do not Twist off the vinyl tips of the crease ) , pass the folded portion through the pipe , and then pull speaker cables . the rest of the cable through the base . ≥ If the speaker cables do not have vinyl tips , directly connect them to the terminals . Cable _ : White Pipe B ` : Blue 2 Join pipe A to pipe B . Push ! Pipe B Cable Pipe A 5 Secure the speaker cables to the bases . 1 Press the speaker 2 Press the 3 Secure the pipes . cable into the base speaker cable Ensure the screws are securely fastened . cover groove as far against the base as possible . while threading Small screws it between the pegs . Pipe B Pipe A Cable Bottom of the base RQT7972 4
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7972en - p03 - 31 . fm Page 5 Tuesday , June 7 , 2005 4 : 18 PM [ Note ] To prevent the speaker cables from being pulled out of the pipes , leave the plastic wrap on the pipes while [ HT930 ] assembling the speaker stands . 2 Front speakers 2 Pipes 2 Bases 4 Long screws 4 Short screws assembly 1 Assemble the speaker stands . 2 Attach the stands to the speakers . Ensure the stand is fastened on straight by gradually tightening the 1 Thread the speaker cable through the base . speaker top and bottom screws alternately until fully tightened . For quicker threading , loosely fold the cable in half ( do not Long screws crease ) , pass the folded portion through the hole , and then pull the rest of the cable through the base . Front Pipe Cable Plastic wrap Leave the excess speaker Front speaker cable for connecting later . Base You can also attach to the lower rear of the speaker . The height of the speaker can be changed when attaching the stand to the upper rear or lower rear of the speaker . 2 Insert the pipe . Pipe 3 Connect the speaker cables . Match the groove and these holes with the base when you Rear of the speaker insert the pipe . Groove Pipe support Twist off the vinyl tips of the speaker cables . Base ≥ If the speaker cables do not have vinyl tips , directly connect Insert the pipe while gently them to the terminals . pulling on the speaker cable . _ : Copper ` : Silver 3 Secure the pipe to the base . Ensure the screws are securely fastened . Push ! Press the speaker cable into the groove . Phillips - head screwdriver ( not included ) If there is any excess speaker cable , thread the speaker cable into the opening near the top of the pipe while pulling the speaker cable from the bottom of the base . Short screws Before proceeding to the next step , please remove the plastic wrap from the pipe . 4 Secure the speaker cables to the bases . Press the speaker cable into the base cover groove as far Rear side as possible . of base Cable Groove RQT7972 5
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7972en - p03 - 31 . fm Page 6 Tuesday , June 14 , 2005 4 : 10 PM Simple setup STEP1 Front speaker assembly [ HT933 ] 2 Front speakers 2 Pipes 2 Bases 4 Large screws 4 Small screws assembly speaker ∫ Front speaker height 1 Attach the pipe to the base . ( Assembled Frontdiagram ) 1 Thread the speaker cable through the base . Speaker Lessen excess You can adjust within this range . speaker cable . Thread the speaker 678 mm 11 cable through here . ( 26 / 16z ) 968 mm 1,138 mm 796 mm Cable 13 1 11 ( 38 / 16z ) / 8z ) ( 44 ( 31 / 32z ) Stopper 625 mm Pipe screw 19 / 32z ) ( 24 Do not remove . Base Holes for screws Groove Attach to lower Attach to upper 2 Insert the pipe . rear of speaker rear of speaker Insert the pipe while gently 3 Adjust the speaker height . pulling on the speaker cable . ≥ Check the screws you tightened in procedures 1 and 2 if the pipe and speaker are loose . 3 Secure the pipe to the base . Rear side of base e.g . Attaching the stand to the lower rear Ensure the screws are 1 Loosen the attached speaker mounting securely fastened by lightly plate screw until the attached speaker is tightening the left and right slightly loose and adjustable . side screws alternately until Large fully tightened . ( The heads of screws the screws protrude slightly Cable Be careful not to loosen the screw even if you have fully too much or the speaker may detach tightened them . ) and fall . The supplied stands are specially designed for attachment to Panasonic SB - PF920 front speakers . 2 With one hand on the base and the other Only use as indicated in this setup . holding the speaker adjust the height of the speaker up and down . ≥ After adjusting the height tighten the screw 2 Attach the stand to the speakers . on the mounting plate securely . ≥ There is no difference between the right and left speakers and stands . ≥ Using the polyfoam included with this unit may be convenient . Phillips - head screwdriver Ensure the stand is fastened on straight by lightly tightening the top and bottom screws alternately until fully tightened . Stopper screw Small screws Screw to stop mounting plate from Front speaker moving or sliding below this point . For your reference You can enjoy good acoustics by adjusting the height of the speaker to Polyfoam the height of the television so the center positions of both are approximately the same . Connection terminals Mounting plate You can also attach to the upper rear of the speaker . The height of the speaker is indicated in the diagram on the RQT7972 right when attaching the stand to the upper rear or lower rear of the speaker . 6
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7972en - p03 - 31 . fm Page 7 Tuesday , June 7 , 2005 4 : 24 PM ∫ Preventing the speakers from falling over 4 Connect the speaker cables . Preparation Rear of the speaker Attach screw eyes ( not included ) to secure the speakers to the wall ( ➜ diagram below ) . Twist off the vinyl tips of the speaker ≥ You will need to obtain the appropriate screw eyes to match the cables . walls or pillars to which they are going to be fastened . ≥ If the speaker cables do not have vinyl ≥ Consult a qualified housing contractor concerning the tips , directly connect them to the appropriate procedure when attaching to a concrete wall or a terminals . bly surface that may not have strong enough support . Improper attachment may result in damage to the wall or speakers . _ : Copper assem ` : Silver To prevent the speaker from falling over , thread the string ( not Push ! included ) from the wall to the speaker as shown and tie tightly . speaker Press the speaker cable into the groove . [ HT730 ] Front [ HT733 ] Screw eye ( not included ) String ( not included ) If there is any excess speaker cable , thread the speaker cable into the opening near the top of the pipe while pulling the speaker cable from the bottom of the base . Approx . Rear of the speaker 150 mm 29 Wall ( 5 / 32z ) 5 Fasten the speaker cable to the base . [ HT930 ] Screw eye ( not included ) ≥ Using the same polyfoam as in procedure 2 will assist you in String ( not included ) safely and securely fastening the speaker cables . 2 Fit the speaker cable into the 1 Press the speaker Approx . Rear of the speaker base cover 150 mm cable and thread 29 groove as far as Wall / 32z ) ( 5 between the possible . hooks . Rear side of base Cable Screw eye ( not included ) [ HT933 ] String ( not included ) Approx . 150 mm 29 / 32z ) ( 5 Rear of the speaker Wall RQT7972 7
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7972en - p03 - 31 . fm Page 8 Tuesday , June 7 , 2005 1 : 35 PM Other speaker setup options ∫ Attaching to a wall 30 – 35 mm You can attach all of the speakers to a wall . 3 3 / 16q – 1 / 8q ) ( 1 1 Drive a screw ( not included ) into the wall . ‰ 7.5 – 9.4 mm 19 3 2 Fit the speaker securely onto the screw ( s ) with the hole ( s ) . ‰ 3.0 – 4.0 mm / 64q – / 8q ) ( 1 5 ( / 8q – / 32q ) assembly 4.0 – 7.0 mm 5 9 / 32q – / 32q ) ( Wall or pillar ≥ The wall or pillar on which the speakers are to be attached should be capable of supporting 10 kg ( 22 lbs ) per screw . Consult a qualified speaker building contractor when attaching the speakers to a wall . Improper attachment may result in damage to the wall and speakers . ≥ Use of optional speaker cables is recommended for wall - mounted front speakers . ( You can also remove the speaker cables from the pipes supplied with this system ) . ≥ [ HT930 ] [ HT933 ] When mounting the front speakers to a wall , we recommend using a string ( not included ) to prevent it from falling ( ➜ page 7 ) . Front e.g . Surround speaker [ HT730 ] Center speaker Front speaker [ HT933 ] Front speaker [ HT930 ] [ HT730 ] [ HT733 ] [ HT930 ] 366 mm 13 / 32z ) ( 14 230 mm 1 ( 9 / 16z ) 180 mm 3 / 32z ) ( 7 175 mm 7 ( 6 / 8z ) Center speaker [ HT933 ] 150 mm 29 / 32z ) ( 5 In this position , the Move the speaker speaker will likely so that the screw is fall if moved to the in this position . left or right . ∫ Fitting speaker stands ( not included ) ( Except Front speakers ) Ensure the stands meet these conditions before purchasing them . Note the diameter and length of the screws and the distance between screws as shown in the diagram . ≥ The stands must be able to support over 10 kg ( 22 lbs ) . ≥ The stands must be stable even if the speakers are in a high position . Surround speaker [ HT730 ] e.g . 3 5 mm ( / 16q ) , 1 / 32q ) pitch 0.8 mm ( 3 / 8q ) 60 mm ( 2 Speaker stand ( not included ) Attach the stands to Plate thickness plus 7 mm to 9 13 these metal screw holes . / 32q to / 32q ) 10 mm ( plus RQT7972 8
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7972en - p03 - 31 . fm Page 9 Tuesday , June 7 , 2005 7 : 40 PM How you set up your speakers can affect the bass and the sound field . Note the following points : ≥ Place speakers on flat secure bases . STEP2 Positioning ≥ Placing speakers too close to floors , walls , and corners can result in excessive bass . Cover walls and windows with thick curtains . ≥ The left and right speakers are the same with respect to the front and surround speaker pairs . Positioning 4 3 1 2 ACTIVEOFER CENTER FRONT ( L , R ) SURROUND Setup example [ HT730 ] SUBWO ( L , R ) Main unit 3 4 1 2 CENTER ACTIVE FRONT ( L , R ) SURROUND SUBWOOFER ( L , R ) ≥ Place the front , center , and surround speakers at approximately the same distance from the seating position . The angles in the diagram are approximate . 3 4 1 2 CENTER ACTIVE FRONT ( L , R ) SURROUND SUBWOOFER ( L , R ) ≥ Use only supplied speakers Notes on speaker use Using other speakers can damage the unit , and sound quality will ≥ You can damage your speakers and shorten their useful life if you be negatively affected . play sound at high levels over extended periods . ≥ Set the speakers up on an even surface to prevent them from ≥ Reduce the volume in the following cases to avoid damage : falling . Take proper precautions to prevent the speakers from – When playing distorted sound . falling if you cannot set them up on an even surface . – When the speakers are reverberating due to a record player , Main unit noise from FM broadcasts , or continuous signals from an [ Note ] oscillator , test disc , or electronic instrument . 13 – When adjusting the sound quality . Keep your speakers at least 10 mm ( / 32q ) away from the system for proper ventilation . – When turning the unit on or off . Center speaker If irregular coloring occurs on your television ≥ Vibration caused by the center speaker can disrupt the picture if it The supplied speakers are designed to be used close to a is placed directly on the television . Put the center speaker on a television , but the picture may be affected with some televisions rack or shelf . and setup combinations . ≥ To prevent the speakers from falling , do not place directly on top If this occurs , turn the television off for about 30 minutes . of the television . The television’s demagnetizing function should correct the Active subwoofer problem . If it persists , move the speakers farther away from the Place to the right or left of the television , on the floor or a sturdy television . 13 / 16q ) shelf so that it won’t cause vibration . Leave about 30 cm ( 11 from the television , and 10 cm ( 4q ) at the rear for ventilation . Caution Caution ≥ The active subwoofer and supplied ≥ Do not stand on the base and shake e.g . [ HT730 ] speakers are to be used only as indicated in the speaker . Be cautious when this setup . Failure to do so may lead to children are near . damage to the amplifier and / or the speakers , and may result in the risk of fire . Consult a qualified service person if damage has occurred or if you experience a sudden change in performance . ≥ [ HT933 ] Do not touch the netted area of ≥ Do not attempt to attach these speakers to the surround speakers . walls using methods other than those described in this manual . RQT7972 9
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HT730 . book Page 10 Wednesday , June 1 , 2005 8 : 55 AM STEP3 Connecting speakers with the subwoofer ≥ Attach the speaker - cable stickers to make connection easier . ≥ The terminals of the subwoofer have high output power . Carefully connect the speaker wires . 3 Speaker cables Sheet of speaker - cable stickers ≥ 1kshort cable : For center speaker ≥ 2klong cables : For surround speakers subwoofer The illustration shows SC - HT730 the for U.S.A . and Canada . Speaker - cable withsticker 2 FRONT ( R ) speakers 1 FRONT ( L ) Connecting 4 SURROUND ( R ) 3 SURROUND ( L ) ACTIVE SUBWOOFER 5 CENTER [ HT730 ] [ HT733 ] Insert the wire fully . i : White j : Blue Click ! [ HT930 ] [ HT933 ] i : Copper j : Silver [ Note ] ≥ [ HT930 ] [ HT933 ] Even though the subwoofer shown is different , you can connect the speakers to the subwoofer in the same way . ≥ Never short - circuit positive ( i ) and negative ( j ) speaker wires . ≥ Be sure to connect only positive ( [ HT730 ] [ HT733 ] : white , [ HT930 ] [ HT933 ] : copper ) wires to positive ( i ) terminals and negative ( [ HT730 ] [ HT733 ] : blue , [ HT930 ] [ HT933 ] : silver ) wires to negative ( j ) terminals . Incorrect connection can damage the speakers . RQT7972 10
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HT730 . book Page 11 Wednesday , June 1 , 2005 8 : 55 AM Video cable STEP4 Video connections ≥ Do not connect through the video cassette recorder . Due to copy guard protection , the picture may not be displayed properly . ≥ Turn the television off before connecting , and refer to the television’s operating instructions . connections ∫ Television with a VIDEO IN terminal ∫ Television with COMPONENT VIDEO IN terminals Back of the Television Back of the ideo main unit ( not included ) main unit Video cables Television COMPONENTVIDEO OUT COMPONENT ( not included ) COMPONENTVIDEO OUT V ( 480p / 480i ) VIDEO IN PB Y ( 480p / 480i ) ( not included ) PB Y Video cable S - VIDEO Y S - VIDEO OUT ( included ) VIDEO IN OUT PB PR VIDEO PR EVIDEOO VID OUT PR OUT COMPONENT VIDEO OUT terminals These terminals can be used for either interlace or progressive output and provide a purer picture than the S - VIDEO OUT ∫ Television with an S - VIDEO IN terminal terminal . Connection using these terminals outputs the color B / PR ) and luminance signal ( Y ) separately in difference signals ( P order to achieve high fidelity in reproducing colors . Back of the ≥ The description of the component video input terminals depends main unit Television B / PR , Y / B - Y / R - Y , Y / CB / CR ) . on the television or monitor ( e.g . Y / P ( not included ) COMPONENTVIDEO OUT Connect to terminals of the same color . ( 480p / 480i ) PB Y S - video cable S - VIDEO ≥ After making this connection , select “ Darker ” from the “ Black S - VIDEO IN ( not included ) Level Control ” in the “ Video ” tab ( ➜ page 27 ) . OUT To enjoy progressive video PR VIDEO OUT ≥ Connect to the component video input terminals on a 480p compatible television . ( Video will not be displayed correctly if connected to an incompatible television . ) S - VIDEO OUT terminal ≥ All Panasonic televisions that have 480p input connectors are The S - VIDEO OUT terminal achieves a more vivid picture than the compatible . Consult the manufacturer if you have another VIDEO OUT terminal by separating the chrominance ( C ) and brand of television . luminance ( Y ) signals . ( Actual results depend on the television . ) RQT7972 11
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HT730 . book Page 12 Wednesday , June 1 , 2005 8 : 55 AM STEP5 Radio and system connections System cable AM loop antenna FM indoor antenna AC power supply cord Power plug adaptor \ U.S.A . \ and \ Canada ] \ Others ] \ Areas \ except \ U.S.A . \ and \ Canada ] connections ≥ Connect the AC power supply cord after all other connections are complete . ≥ Optional antenna connections ( ➜ page 29 ) . The illustration shows SC - HT730 FM indoor antenna for U.S.A . and Canada . Affix this end of the antenna where reception is systembest . Adhesive tape and AM loop antenna Click ! Stand the antenna up on its Radiobase . Place the antenna where reception is best . Keep loose antenna cable away from other wires and cables . Main unit DIGITAL TRANSMITTER FM ANT TV VCR ( 75 ≠ ) COMP AUDIO AUDIO IN PB IN L AM ANT 1 A LOOP R EXT PR [ For [ areas [ except [ U.S.A . [ and [ Canada [ Before connecting the AC 2 power supply cord Set the voltage . Catch up 127 V 110 V 220 V - 230 V 240 V To disconnect Press the catch VOLT ADJ and pull out . Use a flat - head screwdriver to turn the voltage selector on the back of the subwoofer to the appropriate position for the area in which this system is used . If the power supply in your area is 115 V or 120 V , please set the voltage selector as follows : ≥ For 115 V : Set to 110 V . ≥ For 120 V : Set to 127 V . AC power supply cord [ For \ areas \ except \ U.S.A . \ and \ Canada ] ≥ If the power plug does not fit your AC outlet Active subwoofer Use the power plug adaptor ( included ) . Catch up To disconnect Press the catch To household If it still doesn’t fit , contact an and pull out . System cable AC outlet electrical parts distributor for assistance . Conserving power The main unit consumes a small amount of power , even when it is turned off ( For U.S.A . and Canada : approx . 0.5 W or for other areas : approx . 0.9 W ) . To save power when the unit is not to be used for a long time , unplug it from the household AC outlet . You will need to reset some memory items after plugging in the unit . [ Note ] The included AC power supply cord is for use with this unit only . Do not use it with other equipment . Set your surround sound free ! Panasonic SH - FX50 Digital Transmitter and Receiver ( optional ) \ For \ U.S.A . \ and \ Canada ] ( Except SC - HT933 ) When you insert the digital transmitter into the DIGITAL TRANSMITTER slot of the main unit and connect the surround speakers to the receiver , you can enjoy surround speaker sound wirelessly . RQT7972 For details , please refer to the operating instructions for Panasonic SH - FX50 Digital Transmitter and Receiver . 12
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HT730 . book Page 13 Wednesday , June 1 , 2005 8 : 55 AM STEP6 The remote control Do not : ≥ mix old and new batteries . Remote control Batteries ≥ use different types at the same time . ≥ heat or expose to flame . ≥ take apart or short circuit . ≥ attempt to recharge alkaline or manganese batteries . SETUP ≥ use batteries if the covering has been peeled off . Mishandling of batteries can cause electrolyte leakage which can Insert so the poles ( i and j ) match those in the damage items the fluid contacts and may cause a fire . 2 remote control . control / QUICK Remove if the remote control is not going to be used for a long period of time . Store in a cool , dark place . 3 ∫ Use Aim at the remote control signal sensor ( ➜ page 14 ) , avoiding obstacles , at a maximum range of 7 m ( 23 feet ) directly in front of the unit . remote ≥ Do not use 1 rechargeable type batteries . The R6 / LR6 , AA , UM - 3 STEP7 QUICK SETUP The QUICK SETUP screen assists you to make necessary settings . Turn on the television and select the appropriate video input on the television . Turn on the unit . AV SYSTEM 1 TV VCR DVD / CD DISC TV / VIDEO TUNER / BAND DVD / CD Select “ DVD / CD ” . 1 2 3 DVD / CD CH 2 6 4 5 VOLUME 8 9 7 ENTER CANCEL 0 S10 Show the QUICK SLOW / SEARCH SKIP 3 SETUP SETUP screen . SHIFT MUTING TOP MENU MENU PLAY DIRECT NAVIGATOR LIST Follow the messages Select ENTER 3 , 4 , 2 , 1 4 ENTER and make the settings . RETURN FUNCTIONS RETURN TV VOL TV VOL ENTER SUBWOOFER SUPER SRND C.FOCUS MIX 2CH LEVEL H.BASS SFC PL SLEEP ZOOM SUBTITLE SETUP QUICK OSD CM SKIP AUDIO MUTING SETUP Register CD MODE ANGLE / PAGE PLAY MODE FL DISPLAY REPEAT GROUP RETURN TEST ADVANCED PLAY SPEED SHIFT CH SELECT QUICK REPLAY DISC REVIEW SHIFT Press to finish QUICK 5 SETUP . ENTER Press to exit . SETUP 6 SHIFT MUTING To change these settings later Select “ QUICK SETUP ” in the “ Others ” tab ( ➜ page 27 ) . RQT7972 13
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7972en - p03 - 31 . fm Page 14 Wednesday , June 1 , 2005 9 : 04 AM Control reference guide See reference pages in brackets . The illustration shows SC - HT730 . AV SYSTEM TV VCR Television and Video cassette recorder operations ( 32 ) Turn the unit on / off ( 13 ) DISC TV / VIDEO TUNER / BAND DVD / CD Select the source Select the disc or show disc information ( 18 ) AUX ( 33 ) ( [ HT930 ] [ HT933 ] only ) , TUNER / BAND guide ( 28 ) , Switch the television’s video input mode ( 32 ) DVD / CD ( 13 ) 1 2 3 CH Channel select ( 28 , 32 ) 6 4 5 Select television channels and disc’s title e referencVOLUME numbers etc . / Enter numbers ( 17 ) 8 9 7 ENTER Adjust the volume ( 17 ) CANCEL 0 S10 Cancel ( 17 ) SLOW / SEARCH SKIP ntrol Basic operations for play ( 16 , 17 ) TOP MENU CoMENU Show a disc top menu ( 22 ) or Show a disc menu ( 22 ) or play list ( 23 ) PLAY program list ( 23 ) DIRECT NAVIGATOR LIST Select or register menu items on the television ENTER screen , Frame - by - frame ( 17 ) FUNCTIONS RETURN Return to previous screen ( 17 ) or television volume up ( 32 ) Show on - screen menu ( 24 ) or TV VOL TV VOL television volume down ( 32 ) SUBWOOFER SUPER SRND C.FOCUS MIX 2CH SUBWOOFER SUPER SRND C.FOCUS MIX 2CH LEVEL H.BASS SFC PL LEVEL H.BASS SFC PL ( 31 ) ( 30 ) ( 30 ) ( 30 ) SLEEP ZOOM SUBTITLE SETUP QUICK OSD CM SKIP AUDIO MUTING SLEEP ZOOM SUBTITLE SETUP QUICK OSD CM SKIP AUDIO MUTING CD MODE ANGLE / PAGE FL DISPLAY REPEAT PLAY MODE GROUP ( 18 , 31 ) ( 18 , 19 ) ( 19 ) ( 26 , 31 ) TEST ADVANCED PLAY SPEED ANGLE / PAGE CD MODE SHIFT CH SELECT DISC REVIEW QUICK REPLAY FL DISPLAY GROUP REPEAT PLAY MODE To use functions labeled in orange : ( 17 ) ( 17 , 19 ) ( 19 ) ( 18 , 20 ) While pressing [ SHIFT ] , ADVANCED PLAY SPEED TEST press the corresponding button . DISC REVIEW QUICK REPLAY CH SELECT ( 18 ) ( 18 , 19 ) ( 31 ) Standby / on indicator 4 , 5 / X TUNING W H.BASS When the unit is connected to the AC mains Skipping or slow - search play ( 16 ) / Turn the bass sound enhancement supply , this indicator lights up in standby mode Select the radio stations ( 28 ) on / off ( 30 ) and goes out when the unit is turned on . H.BASS indicator ( [ HT930 ] [ HT933 ] only ) < OPEN / CLOSE PROGRESSIVE Open / Close the disc drawer ( 16 ) Enjoy progressive video ( 16 ) DISC EXCHANGE Open the disc drawer to exchange CD MODE the disc in the play position ( 16 ) Play several music CD’s sequentially ( 18 ) INPUT SELECTOR ( 28 ) DVD / CD # FM # AM # TV # VCR # DISC SKIP AUX ( [ HT930 ] [ HT933 ] only ) # Return to DVD / CD Skip to the next disc tray ( 16 ) OPEN CLOSE DISC EXCHANGE DISC SKIP VOLUME 1 2 3 4 5 PHONES INPUT SELECTOR H.BASS PROGRESSIVE CD MODE POWER 5 DISC SELECTOR DOWN UP TUNE MODE FM MODE MEMORY TUNING Remote control Jog LED Direct select buttons / indicators ∫ / TUNE MODE signal sensor ( [ HT930 ] [ HT933 ] only ) Select the disc tray ( 16 ) Stop playing ( 16 ) / Select the tuning mode ( 28 ) PHONES Connect headphones ( 31 ) ; / FM MODE VOLUME Standby / on switch [ POWER Í / I ] Pause ( 16 ) / Adjust the FM reception condition ( 28 ) Turn up / down the volume ( 16 ) Press to switch the unit from on to 1 / MEMORY standby mode or vice versa . In standby Play discs ( 16 ) / Memorize the receiving radio stations ( 28 ) mode , the unit is still consuming a small amount of power . ( 16 ) AC supply indicator [ AC IN ] This indicator lights when the unit is RQT7972 connected to the AC mains supply . 14
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HT730 . book Page 15 Wednesday , June 1 , 2005 8 : 55 AM Discs that can be played Indication in these operating Disc Logo Remarks instructions Recorded with devices using Version 1.1 of the Video Recording Format ( a [ RAM ] unified video recording standard ) , such as DVD video recorders , DVD video cameras , personal computers , etc . DVD - RAM Recorded using the DCF ( Design rule for Camera File system ) standard [ JPEG ] Version 1.0 . ≥ To play JPEG files , select “ Play as Data Disc ” in Other Menu ( ➜ page 25 ) . caution [ DVD - A ] — Some DVD - Audio discs contain DVD - Video content . DVD - Audio [ DVD - V ] To play DVD - Video content , select “ Play as DVD - Video ” in Other Menu disc ( ➜ page 25 ) . — and DVD - Video it § un DVD - R on DVD video recorders or DVD video cameras . Discs recorded and finalized ( DVD - Video ) / [ DVD - V ] ain DVD - RW ( DVD - Video ) played / M § iR ( Video ) / Discs recorded and finalized on DVD video recorders or DVD video cameras . — iRW ( Video ) — be Video CD can [ VCD ] Conforming to IEC62107 that SVCD Discs This unit is compatible with HDCD , but does not support the Peak Extend function ( a function which expands the dynamic range of high level signals ) . CD [ CD ] HDCD - encoded CD’s sound better because they are encoded with 20 bits , as compared with 16 bits for all other CD’s . ≥ This unit can play CD - R / RW ( audio recording disc ) recorded with the formats on § the disc after recording . the left . Close the sessions or finalize [ WMA ] ≥ HighMAT discs [ MP3 ] CD - R WMA , MP3 or JPEG files only . — [ JPEG ] CD - RW To play without using the HighMAT function , select “ Play as Data Disc ” in Other [ CD ] Menu ( ➜ page 25 ) . [ VCD ] ≥ [ WMA ] This unit does not support Multiple Bit Rate ( MBR : a file that contains the same content encoded at several different bit rates ) . § A process that allows play on compatible equipment . ≥ It may not be possible to play the above discs in all cases due to the type of disc or condition of the recording . ∫ Discs that cannot be played ∫ Audio format of DVD’s DVD - ROM , CD - ROM , CDV , CD - G , SACD , DivX Video Discs and This unit automatically recognizes and Photo CD , DVD - RAM that cannot be removed from their cartridge , decodes discs with these symbols . 2.6 - GB and 5.2 - GB DVD - RAM , and “ Chaoji VCD ” available on the market including CVD , DVCD and SVCD that do not conform to IEC62107 . Note about using a DualDisc The digital audio content side of a DualDisc does not meet the technical specifications of the Compact Disc Digital Audio ( CD - DA ) format so play may not be possible . Main unit and disc caution ∫ To prevent damage ∫ Disc handling precautions Do not : ≥ Do not attach labels or stickers to discs ( This may cause disc – load more than one disc per tray . warping , rendering it unusable ) . – touch the drawer or the carousel while they are in motion . ≥ Do not write on the label side with a ball - point pen or other writing – rotate the carousel by hand . instrument . – close the drawer by hand . ≥ Do not use record cleaning sprays , benzine , thinner , static electricity prevention liquids or any other solvent . ≥ Do not use scratch - proof protectors or covers . ∫ To clean discs ≥ Do not use the following discs : Wipe with a damp cloth and then wipe – Discs with exposed adhesive from removed stickers or labels dry . ( rented discs , etc ) . RQT7972 – Discs that are badly warped or cracked . – Irregularly shaped discs , such as heart shapes . 15
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HT730 . book Page 16 Wednesday , June 1 , 2005 8 : 55 AM Basic play POWER OPEN / CLOSE 1 Power on . 3 Open the drawer and place the disc ( s ) . ≥ Load double - sided discs so the label for the side you want to play is facing up . ≥ To load discs on the other trays , press [ DISC SKIP ] on the main unit . ≥ Play will start from the disc in the front - left position of the tray . ≥ [ RAM ] Remove the disc from its cartridge before use . INPUT OPEN / CLOSE SELECTOR play 2 Select “ DVD / CD ” . 4 Close the drawer . A disc indicator lights if a disc is detected or a tray is Basic unchecked ( ➜ page 18 , Disc information ) . ; ( Pause ) PROGRESSIVE DISC EXCHANGE ∫ ( Stop ) DISC SKIP OPEN CLOSE DISC EXCHANGE DISC SKIP VOLUME 1 2 3 4 5 PHONES INPUT SELECTOR H.BASS PROGRESSIVE CD MODE POWER 5 DISC SELECTOR DOWN UP TUNE MODE FM MODE MEMORY TUNING 5 DISC SELECTOR buttons / indicators Press to skip . Press and hold to 5 Start play . 6 Adjust the – search ( during play ) VOLUME – slow - motion ( during pause ) volume . When the disc finishes playing : ( Motion picture part ) DOWN UP If the next disc doesn’t start playing , ≥ Press [ 1 ] ( play ) to start normal select it with the 5 DISC SELECTOR play . buttons . ≥ You can also select the disc using the remote control ( ➜ page 18 , Disc information ) . Using the main unit ≥ The carousel moves one tray MIX2CH MONO STCT C R L OPEN / CLOSE LS RS clockwise and each Progressive PROGRESSIVE S LFE subsequent press moves it RND 12 video PGM SLP two trays in alternate PRG DTS directions . DISC SKIP Changing the other discs ≥ While the drawer is closed Skipping to without DISC SKIP Each time you press the the next disc interrupting button , the carousel moves Change tray play counter - clockwise by one tray . discs ≥ The drawer opens and the OPEN / CLOSE disc in the play position Exchanging comes to the front - left DISC EXCHANGE position . the disc in the ≥ Press the button again to play play position the disc after changing the [ Note [ disc in the front - left position . ≥ Discs continue to rotate while menus are displayed . Press [ ∫ ] when you finish to preserve the unit’s motor and your television RQT7972 screen . ≥ Total title number may not be displayed properly on iR / iRW . 16
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HT730 . book Page 17 Wednesday , June 1 , 2005 8 : 55 AM If you are experiencing problems , refer to troubleshooting ( ➜ page 36 , 37 ) . Using the remote control [ RAM ] [ DVD - A ] [ DVD - V ] [ VCD ] [ CD ] AV SYSTEM 1 2 3 TV VCR e.g . To select 12 : 4 5 6 1 [ S10 ] ➜ [ 1 ] ➜ [ 2 ] DVD / CD DISC TV / VIDEO TUNER / BAND 7 8 9 [ VCD ] with playback control 2 ENTER 0 S10 Press [ ∫ ] to cancel the PBC 1 2 3 Numbered function , and then press the CH buttons 6 4 5 numbered buttons . Enter number VOLUME 8 9 7 [ WMA ] [ MP3 ] [ JPEG ] ENTER CANCEL CANCEL 0 S10 6 e.g . To select 123 : ENTER SLOW / SEARCH SKIP [ 1 ] ➜ [ 2 ] ➜ [ 3 ] ➜ [ ENTER ] 5 ≥ Press [ CANCEL ] to cancel the CANCEL play TOP MENU MENU MENU number ( s ) . TOP MENU PLAY DIRECT PLAY NAVIGATOR LIST LIST DIRECT asic NAVIGATOR ENTER [ DVD - A ] [ DVD - V ] 3 , 4 , 2 , 1 TOP MENU RETURN FUNCTIONS Shows a disc top menu RETURN B ENTER TV VOL TV VOL [ RAM ] SUBWOOFER SUPER SRND C.FOCUS MIX 2CH DIRECT LEVEL H.BASS SFC PL Shows the programs NAVIGATOR SLEEP ZOOM SUBTITLE SETUP ( ➜ page 23 ) QUICK OSD CM SKIP AUDIO MUTING SUBTITLE AUDIO CD MODE ANGLE / PAGE [ DVD - V ] FL DISPLAY PLAY MODE FL DISPLAY REPEAT GROUP MENU ANGLE / PAGE Shows a disc menu GROUP TEST ADVANCED PLAY SPEED SHIFT SHIFT CH SELECT DISC REVIEW QUICK REPLAY Disc menu [ RAM ] PLAY Shows a play list ( ➜ page 23 ) LIST [ VCD ] with playback control RETURN Shows a disc menu The position is memorized while “ RESUME ” is on the display . ≥ Press [ 1 ] ( play ) to resume . Stop ≥ Press [ ∫ ] again to clear the Return to position . RETURN previous screen ≥ Press [ 1 ] ( play ) to restart play . Pause [ RAM ] [ DVD - A ] [ DVD - V ] [ VCD ] [ CD ] [ WMA ] [ MP3 ] SKIP Time display , - . Information display FL DISPLAY Main unit [ JPEG ] ≥ [ WMA ] [ MP3 ] [ JPEG ] Skip display When Slideshow ( ➜ page 24 ) is [ 3 , 4 ] : Group skip during ENTER on : play SLIDE , - . Information display [ 2 , 1 ] : Content skip during play When Slideshow is off : , - . Information display PLAY ≥ Up to 5 steps . Search ≥ Press [ 1 ] ( play ) to start [ RAM ] ( during play ) normal play . SLOW / SEARCH Turns subtitle on / off ( ➜ page 19 ) SHIFT ≥ [ VCD ] Slow - motion : forward [ DVD - V ] [ VCD ] ( SVCD only ) Slow - motion Subtitles / direction only . Selects the subtitle languages ( during pause ) Information ( ➜ page 19 ) SUBTITLE screen AUDIO [ JPEG ] [ DVD - A ] ( Motion picture part ) Date - - - . Details of the picture [ RAM ] [ DVD - V ] [ VCD ] Frame - by - ^ - - - - - No information ( _ } ENTER frame ≥ [ VCD ] Forward direction only . ( during pause ) [ DVD - A ] [ WMA ] [ MP3 ] [ JPEG ] ANGLE / PAGE GROUP A folder on WMA / MP3 and JPEG discs is treated as a Select “ Group ” . Starting play On - screen from a Select ENTER item select selected group ENTER Register RQT7972 Register 17
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HT730 . book Page 18 Wednesday , June 1 , 2005 8 : 55 AM Convenient functions ADVANCED Reviewing titles to play AV SYSTEM DISC REVIEW TV VCR ( ADVANCED DISC REVIEW ) DVD / CD DISC TV / VIDEO TUNER / BAND ( Except iR / iRW ) [ RAM ] [ DVD - V ] DISC Allows you to browse the disc contents and start playing from the 1 2 3 selected position . You can select either “ Intro Mode ” or “ Interval 1 5 CH Mode ” in “ Advanced Disc Review ” in the “ Disc ” tab ( ➜ page 26 ) . 6 4 5 VOLUME 8 9 7 ENTER 1 Press [ ADVANCED DISC REVIEW ] . CANCEL 0 S10 SLOW / SEARCH SKIP The QUICK OSD screen is displayed . e.g . [ RAM ] Program Time 4 0 : 01 : 06 TOP MENU MENU PLAY DIRECT NAVIGATOR LIST 04 ENTER 2 , 1 tions RETURN FUNCTIONS RETURN 2 Press [ 1 ] ( play ) when you find a title / TV VOL TV VOL c SUBWOOFER SUPER SRND C.FOCUS MIX 2CH fun LEVEL H.BASS SFC PL program to play . SLEEP ZOOM SUBTITLE SETUP nient QUICK OSD CM SKIP AUDIO MUTING QUICK OSD This may not work depending on the disc and the play position . SUBTITLE , AUDIO ANGLE / PAGE CD MODE ZOOM , CM SKIP GROUP PLAY MODE FL DISPLAY REPEAT CD MODE ConveTEST ADVANCED PLAY SPEED ANGLE / PAGE SHIFT DISC REVIEW CH SELECT QUICK REPLAY REPEAT SHIFT PLAY SPEED , ADVANCEDW CD MODE CD sequential play PLAY MODE SHIFT QUICK REPLAY DISC REVIE ( CD MODE ) [ VCD ] [ CD ] [ WMA ] [ MP3 ] This feature is very convenient if you want to play several music CD’s DISC Disc information sequentially . Make sure that applicable disc is in the play position before playing ( ➜ Disc information , left ) . You can select the disc after checking the discs loaded with the Disc DVD and JPEG are skipped without being played . information screen . While stopped ≥ You can also select the disc directly with the 5 DISC SELECTOR buttons on the main unit . 1 Press [ SHIFT ] i [ CD MODE ] . TG S.SRND D.MIX MIX2CH DISC TUNED PL 1 Press [ DISC ] to show the Disc information DIGITAL MODE CD W RDS PS PTY screen . DVD RAM e.g . Disc Information 2 Press [ 1 ] ( play ) . DVD - Video Track 10 Time 60 : 15 CD ≥ If all loaded discs are DVD or unchecked , CD Mode does not work DVD - Audio and “ [ CD ] MODE ” flashes . Unchecked ≥ HighMAT menus and Video CD playback control are disabled . No Disc ≥ You cannot change the mode during program or random play . ≥ If you want to play a DVD , press [ SHIFT ] i [ CD MODE ] again to Empty Not yet read cancel CD Mode . ( CD Mode is also canceled when you switch the unit to standby or select another source . ) 2 Press the numbered buttons ( [ 1 ] – [ 5 ] ) to select the disc . PLAY SPEED QUICK REPLAY Quick replay To clear the screen Press [ DISC ] . ( Only when the elapsed play time can be displayed . ) ( Except iR / iRW ) SLEEP Press [ QUICK REPLAY ] to skip back a few Displaying current playback QUICK OSD seconds . condition ( QUICK OSD ) The current playback condition is displayed . ZOOM Skipping one minute forward Press [ QUICK OSD ] . CM SKIP e.g . [ DVD - V ] Elapsed play time Current playback number ( CM SKIP ) ( Only when the elapsed play time can be displayed . ) Chapter Time [ RAM ] [ DVD - V ] ( Except iR / iRW ) Title 1 4 0 : 41 : 23 Play restarts from approximately a minute later . Convenient when Playback you want to skip commercials etc . condition Program Playback During play Play mode Current position Press [ CM SKIP ] . ≥ To exit the screen [ RAM ] It is not possible to skip through the current program if the start RQT7972 Press [ QUICK OSD ] . of the next program is within about one minute of the point you are ≥ [ CD ] [ MP3 ] [ WMA ] The QUICK OSD screen will appear automatically . 18 skipping from .
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HT730 . book Page 19 Wednesday , June 1 , 2005 8 : 55 AM ZOOM SUBTITLE AUDIO CM SKIP SHIFT Changing the zoom ratio Changing soundtracks [ DVD - A ] [ DVD - V ] ( with multiple soundtracks ) [ RAM ] [ VCD ] [ DVD - A ] ( Motion picture part ) [ RAM ] [ DVD - V ] [ VCD ] This feature expands the letterbox picture to fit the screen . Press [ AUDIO ] several times to select the During play soundtrack . Press [ SHIFT ] i [ ZOOM ] several times to select [ RAM ] [ VCD ] e.g . [ DVD - V ] the preset aspect ratio ( Just Fit Zoom ) or You can use this button to select “ L ” , “ R ” or “ Auto ” . Functions “ LR ” . Audio 1 Functions [ DVD - V ] ( Karaoke discs ) Press [ 2 , 1 ] to select “ On ” or “ Off ” for vocals . Just Fit Zoom 1.00 Auto Read the disc’s instructions for details . 4 : 3 Standard European Vista Signal type / data 16 : 9 Standard LPCM / PPCM / ÎDigital / DTS / MPEG : Signal type American Vista functions kHz ( Sampling frequency ) / bit / ch ( Number of channels ) Cinemascope1 / 2 . 1ch Example : 3 Cinemascope2 . 1 : Low frequency effect e.g . . 1 : ( not displayed if there is no signal ) 16 : 9 Standard ( 16 : 9 ) 4 : 3 Standard ( 4 : 3 ) Convenient . 0 : No surround . 1 : Mono surround . 2 : Stereo surround ( left / right ) . 1 : Center . 2 : Front leftiFront right . 3 : Front leftiFront rightiCenter SUBTITLE European Vista ( 1.66 : 1 ) AUDIO SHIFT Changing subtitles American Vista ( 1.85 : 1 ) Cinemascope1 ( 2.35 : 1 ) [ DVD - V ] ( with multiple subtitles ) [ VCD ] ( SVCD only ) Cinemascope2 ( 2.55 : 1 ) Press [ SHIFT ] i [ SUBTITLE ] several times to Fine adjustments ( Manual Zoom ) After selecting the preset aspect ratio or “ Auto ” , press [ 2 , 1 ] . select the subtitle language . – from “ k1.00 ” to “ k1.60 ” ( in 0.01 units ) ≥ On iR / iRW , a subtitle number may be shown for subtitles that – from “ k1.60 ” to “ k2.00 ” ( in 0.02 units ) are not displayed . ≥ Press and hold [ 2 , 1 ] to alter faster . To display / clear the subtitles Functions Press [ 2 , 1 ] to select “ On ” or “ Off ” . Subtitle Off PLAY SPEED QUICK REPLAY SHIFT Changing play speed [ RAM ] ( On / Off only with discs that contain subtitle on / off information ) [ DVD - A ] ( Motion picture part ) [ RAM ] [ DVD - V ] Press [ SHIFT ] i [ SUBTITLE ] to select “ On ” or During play “ Off ” . Press [ SHIFT ] i [ PLAY SPEED ] several times ≥ Subtitle on / off information cannot be recorded using Panasonic to select “ Normal ” , “ Fast ” or “ Slow ” . DVD Recorders . Functions REPEAT Play Speed 1.0 Normal Repeat play Fast Slow ( Only when the elapsed play time can be displayed . Changing play speed between the range of “ k0.6 ” to “ k1.4 ” ( in [ JPEG ] : Works with all JPEG content . ) 0.1 units ) During play while the above message is displayed . Press [ 2 , 1 ] Press [ REPEAT ] several times to select an item to be repeated . ≥ Press [ 1 ] ( play ) to return to normal play . e.g . [ DVD - V ] Functions ≥ After you change the speed – Dolby Pro Logic II and Sound Enhancement do not work . Repeat Off Off – Audio output switches to 2ch . Chapter – Sampling frequency of 96 kHz is converted to 48 kHz . Title – [ HT930 ] [ HT933 ] Multi Re - master does not work . ≥ This function may not work depending on the disc’s recording . [ RAM ] : Program > Disc > Off ≥ During play list play : Scene > Playlist > Off § [ DVD - A ] : Track > Group > Off ANGLE / PAGE Angle selection and Still GROUP SHIFT § > Off [ DVD - V ] : Chapter > Title picture rotation / advance § [ VCD ] [ CD ] : Track > Disc > Off ≥ When CD Mode is on : Track > Disc > All CD’s > Off Press [ SHIFT ] i [ ANGLE / PAGE ] several times ≥ When CD Mode is on , during program and random play : to select the angle or rotate / advance the still Track > All CD’s > Off § [ MP3 ] : Content > Group > Off [ WMA ] picture . ≥ When CD Mode is on : Content > Group > All CD’s > Off [ DVD - V ] ( with multiple angles ) – Angle selection ≥ When CD Mode is on , during program and random play : [ JPEG ] – Still picture rotation Content > All CD’s > Off [ DVD - A ] – Still picture advance § RQT7972 : Group > Off [ JPEG ] ( Press [ RETURN ] to go back to page 1 . ) § “ All ” is displayed during program and random play . 19
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HT730 . book Page 20 Wednesday , June 1 , 2005 8 : 55 AM Convenient functions CD MODE PLAY MODE Program / Random play Program play ( up to 32 items ) AV SYSTEM TV VCR ∫ When CD Mode is off [ DVD - A ] [ DVD - V ] [ VCD ] [ CD ] [ WMA ] [ MP3 ] [ JPEG ] DVD / CD DISC TV / VIDEO TUNER / BAND You can program all the items on a disc in the play position . _ 1 5 1 2 3 CH 1 [ DVD - A ] [ DVD - V ] Press the numbered buttons to 6 4 5 Numbered VOLUME buttons [ WMA ] [ MP3 ] [ JPEG ] then press select a group ( 8 9 7 ENTER CANCEL [ ENTER ] ) or title . 0 S10 CANCEL SLOW / SEARCH e.g . [ DVD - V ] SKIP Program Playback Choose a title and chapter . No . Disc T / G C / T 1 Play ctions Clear TOP MENU MENU Clear all PLAY DIRECT NAVIGATOR LIST fun ENTER 3 , 4 , 2 , 1 ENTER PLAY to select and press to start nient ENTER RETURN FUNCTIONS ≥ To select a 2 - digit number TV VOL TV VOL e.g . To select 25 : [ S10 ] ➜ [ 2 ] ➜ [ 5 ] SUBWOOFER SUPER SRND C.FOCUS MIX 2CH nve LEVEL H.BASS SFC PL [ WMA ] [ MP3 ] [ JPEG ] [ 2 ] ➜ [ 5 ] ➜ [ ENTER ] SETUP SLEEP ZOOM SUBTITLE MUTING QUICK OSD CM SKIP AUDIO Co 2 Press the numbered buttons to select a CD MODE ANGLE / PAGE PLAY MODE FL DISPLAY REPEAT GROUP PLAY MODE [ WMA ] [ MP3 ] [ JPEG ] then press chapter or track ( TEST ADVANCED PLAY SPEED SHIFT CH SELECT DISC REVIEW QUICK REPLAY [ ENTER ] ) . ≥ Repeat steps 1 and 2 to program other items . ≥ [ VCD ] [ CD ] Step 1 is unnecessary . 3 Press [ 1 ] ( play ) . Press [ PLAY MODE ] while stopped . Program and random playback screens appear sequentially . ∫ When CD Mode is on ( ➜ page 18 ) § Program__ - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ) Random [ VCD ] [ CD ] [ WMA ] [ MP3 ] ^ - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - off ( Normal play ) ( __ - - - - - - - - - - - } You can program all the items on all the discs . § “ RANDOM 1 ” and “ RANDOM 2 ” ( ➜ page 21 ) are displayed on the main unit’s display when CD Mode is on ( ➜ page 18 ) . 1 Press the numbered buttons ( [ 1 ] – [ 5 ] ) to To exit the program and random mode select a disc . Press [ PLAY MODE ] several times while stopped . 2 Press the numbered buttons to select the ≥ Disable HighMAT disc play to use program and random play . Select [ WMA ] [ MP3 ] then press [ ENTER ] ) . items ( “ Play as Data Disc ” in Other Menu ( ➜ page 25 ) . ≥ To select a 2 - digit number ≥ [ DVD - A ] e.g . To select 25 : [ S10 ] ➜ [ 2 ] ➜ [ 5 ] Some discs contain bonus groups . If a password screen appears [ WMA ] [ MP3 ] [ 2 ] ➜ [ 5 ] ➜ [ ENTER ] after selecting a group , enter the password with the numbered ≥ Repeat steps 1 and 2 to program other items . buttons to play the bonus group . Refer also to the disc’s jacket . 3 Press [ 1 ] ( play ) . To select an item using the cursor buttons Press [ ENTER ] and [ 3 , 4 ] to select an item , then press [ ENTER ] again to register . To change the selected program 1 Press [ 3 , 4 ] to select an item . 2 Repeat above steps 1 and 2 . To clear the selected program 1 Press [ 3 , 4 ] to select an item . 2 Press [ CANCEL ] ( or press [ 3 , 4 , 2 , 1 ] to select “ Clear ” and press [ ENTER ] ) . To clear the whole program Select “ Clear all ” with [ 3 , 4 , 2 , 1 ] and press [ ENTER ] . The whole program is also cleared when the disc is moved out of the play position , the unit is turned off or another source is selected . RQT7972 20
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HT730 . book Page 21 Wednesday , June 1 , 2005 8 : 55 AM Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories . “ Dolby ” , “ Pro Logic ” and the double - D symbol are trademarks of Random play Dolby Laboratories . ∫ When CD Mode is off [ VCD ] [ CD ] “ DTS ” and “ DTS Digital Surround ” are registered trademarks of You can play all the items on a disc in the play position in random Digital Theater Systems , Inc . order . [ DVD - V ] [ WMA ] [ MP3 ] [ JPEG ] [ DVD - A ] You can play selected item ( s ) on a disc in the play position in random Apparatus Claims of U.S . Patent Nos . 4,631,603 , 4,577,216 , order . and 4,819,098 , licensed for limited viewing uses only . 1 [ DVD - A ] [ DVD - V ] [ WMA ] [ MP3 ] [ JPEG ] This product incorporates copyright protection technology that is protected by method claims of certain U.S . patents and other Press the numbered buttons to select a intellectual property rights owned by Macrovision Corporation group or a title . and other rights owners . Use of this copyright protection technology must be authorized by Macrovision Corporation , and e.g . [ DVD - V ] Random Playback is intended for home and other limited viewing uses only unless Choose a title . functions otherwise authorized by Macrovision Corporation . Reverse Title 1 engineering or disassembly is prohibited . 0 ~ 9 PLAY to start to select DISC T G S.SRND D.MIX SLP MONO STCT TUNED C R L DIGITAL MPEG Layer - 3 audio decoding technology licensed from LS RS PL DTS Convenient Fraunhofer IIS and Thomson multimedia . S LFE MODE CD RND W RDS PS PTY PRG PGM DVD RAM Windows Media , and the Windows logo [ DVD - A ] are trademarks , or registered ≥ To enter all groups , press [ 2 , 1 ] to select “ All ” and press trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in [ ENTER ] . the United States and / or other ≥ To deselect a group , press numbered buttons corresponding countries . to the group you want to clear . WMA is a compression format 2 Press [ 1 ] ( play ) . developed by Microsoft Corporation . It achieves the same sound quality as MP3 with a file size that is smaller than Random 1 play that of MP3 . ∫ When CD Mode is on ( ➜ page 18 ) [ VCD ] [ CD ] [ WMA ] [ MP3 ] You can play all the items on all the discs in random order . HighMAT ™ and the HighMAT logo are either trademarks or registered Press [ 1 ] ( play ) . trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in e.g . [ CD ] Random Playback the United States and / or other countries . Press PLAY to start ® ® T G S.SRND D.MIX SLP MONO STCT DISC TUNED C R L DIGITAL , High Definition Compatible Digital and , HDCD LS RS PL DTS Pacific Microsonics ™ are either registered trademarks or S LFE MODE CD RND 12 W RDS PS PTY trademarks of Pacific Microsonics , Inc . in the United States and / PRG PGM DVD RAM or other countries . HDCD system manufactured under license from Pacific Microsonics , Inc . This product is covered by one or more of the Random 2 play following : In the USA : 5,479,168 , 5,638,074 , 5,640,161 , ∫ When CD Mode is on ( ➜ page 18 ) 5,808,574 , 5,838,274 , 5,854,600 , 5,864,311 , 5,872,531 , and in [ VCD ] [ CD ] [ WMA ] [ MP3 ] Australia : 669114 , with other patents pending . You can play all the discs in sequence , but all the items on each disc are played in random order . Press [ 1 ] ( play ) . e.g . [ CD ] Random Playback Press PLAY to start DISC T G S.SRND D.MIX SLP MONO STCT TUNED C R L DIGITAL LS RS PL DTS S LFE MODE CD RND 12 W RDS PS PTY PRG PGM DVD RAM RQT7972 21
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HT730 . book Page 22 Wednesday , June 1 , 2005 8 : 55 AM Using navigation menus ≥ Press [ SHIFT ] i [ ANGLE / PAGE ] to skip page by page in the group 1 2 3 or content field . CH ≥ To enjoy listening to WMA / MP3 contents while showing a Numbered 6 4 5 JPEG image on the screen VOLUME buttons 8 9 7 Select a JPEG file first , and then select audio contents . ENTER CANCEL 0 S10 ( The opposite order is not effective . ) SLOW / SEARCH SKIP ≥ To exit the screen , Press [ MENU ] . TOP MENU MENU ∫ Using the submenu MENU , TOP MENU , PLAY DIRECT PLAY LIST DIRECT NAVIGATOR NAVIGATOR LIST 1 While the menu is displayed ENTER 3 , 4 , 2 , 1 Press [ FUNCTIONS ] . ENTER RETURN FUNCTIONS 2 Press [ 3 , 4 ] to select an item and press [ ENTER ] . FUNCTIONS TV VOL TV VOL Items shown differ depending on the type of disc . SUBWOOFER SUPER SRND C.FOCUS MIX 2CH LEVEL H.BASS SFC PL Groups and contents are displayed . Multi SLEEP ZOOM SUBTITLE SETUP us QUICK OSD CM SKIP AUDIO MUTING Contents only List enANGLE / PAGE CD MODE FL DISPLAY REPEAT GROUP PLAY MODE Groups only Tree ADVANCED PLAY SPEED TEST m ANGLE / PAGE Thumbnail images [ JPEG ] SHIFT DISC REVIEW QUICK REPLAY CH SELECT Thumbnail ationSHIFT To go to next group [ WMA ] [ MP3 ] Next group To go to previous group [ WMA ] [ MP3 ] Previous group TOP MENU navigMENU Playing data discs WMA / MP3 and JPEG All WMA / MP3 only Audio [ WMA ] [ MP3 ] [ JPEG ] Using JPEG only Picture You can play JPEG files on DVD - RAM or play HighMAT discs without To switch between guide messages and the using the HighMAT function ( ➜ page 25 , “ Play as Data Disc ” in Help display elapsed play time indicator Other Menu ) . To search by content or group title ( ➜ below ) Find TM discs ( ➜ page 23 ) ≥ Playing HighMAT ∫ Searching by a content or group title Playing items in order ( Playback Menu ) Highlight a group title to search the group , or a content title to search its content . 1 While the submenu is displayed ( ➜ above ) 1 Press [ TOP MENU ] . Press [ 3 , 4 ] to select “ Find ” and press [ ENTER ] . e.g . Playback Menu ¢ A Find All Total 434 WMA / MP3 / JPEG 2 Press [ 3 , 4 ] to select a character and press [ ENTER ] . Audio Total 7 WMA / MP3 ≥ Repeat to enter another character . ≥ Lower case is also searched . Picture Total 427 JPEG ≥ Press [ 6 , 5 ] to skip between A , E , I , O and U . ≥ Press [ 2 ] to erase a character . ENTER to select and press ≥ Leave the asterisk ( ¢ ) when you search for the titles including ≥ To exit the screen the character you enter . Press [ TOP MENU ] . ≥ Erase the asterisk ( ¢ ) to search for the titles starting with the character you enter . To add the asterisk ( ¢ ) again , display the 2 Press [ 3 , 4 ] to select “ All ” , “ Audio ” or submenu again and select “ Find ” . “ Picture ” and press [ ENTER ] . 3 Press [ 1 ] to select “ Find ” and press [ ENTER ] . The search result screen appears . Playing from the selected item ( Navigation Menu ) 4 Press [ 3 , 4 ] to select the content or group and press [ ENTER ] . 1 Press [ MENU ] . Playing from the selected TOP MENU MENU 2 Press [ 3 , 4 , 2 , 1 ] to select the group track in the CD and press [ ENTER ] . [ CD ] Titles appear with CD Text disc playback . 3 To play content in the group in order 1 Press [ TOP MENU ] or [ MENU ] . Press [ ENTER ] . CD Text 63 00 1 / 23 e.g . CD text To start play from the selected content Disc Title : All By Artist Disc Artist : Pink Island Track title : Long John Platinum Press [ 3 , 4 ] to select and [ ENTER ] . Track Artist : SHIPWRECKED 1 . Ashley at Prom e.g . 2 . City Penguin Group and content number Formura one 3 . 4 . Soccer Baseball 5 . currently playing Navigation Menu JPEG 5 Neanderthal 6 . Cartoons 7 . 005 Japanese 001 Lady Starfish 002 My favorite2 Trilobites 8 . . : JPEG White Dwarf 9 Discovery 10 . Perfume 001 Lady Starfish 001 My favorite1 002 Metal Glue to exit RETURN to select and press ENTER 002 My favorite2 003 Life on Jupiter 001 Brazilian 004 Starperson 002 Chinese : WMA / MP3 2 Press [ 3 , 4 ] to select the track and press 003 Czech 004 Hungarian 005 Japanese 006 Mexican [ ENTER ] . 007 Philippine 008 Swedish ≥ Press [ SHIFT ] i [ ANGLE / PAGE ] to skip page by page . 009 Piano 010 Vocal ≥ Press [ FUNCTIONS ] to show the playback condition and Content 0001 / 0004 Group 005 / 023 current position . Number currently selected FUNCTIONS to exit RETURN to display the sub menu RQT7972 To exit the screen Content Group 22 Press [ TOP MENU ] or [ MENU ] .
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HT730 . book Page 23 Wednesday , June 1 , 2005 8 : 55 AM TOP MENU MENU TM Playing RAM discs Playing HighMAT discs DIRECT PLAY NAVIGATOR LIST [ RAM ] [ WMA ] [ MP3 ] [ JPEG ] ≥ Titles appear only if the titles are recorded on the disc . ≥ You cannot edit programs , play lists and disc titles . 1 Press [ TOP MENU ] . Playing the programs 2 Press [ 3 , 4 , 2 , 1 ] to select the item , then press [ ENTER ] . 1 Press [ DIRECT NAVIGATOR ] . ≥ Repeat this step if necessary . e.g . Direct Navigator Menu : Takes you to the next e.g . New Playlist Item Long Name Display Te PAGE 1 / 3 menu which shows play lists or another On Date Title Contents No . Menu2 Play list1 Menu1 menu 1 11 / 1 ( WED ) 0 : 05 AM Monday feature 2 1 / 1 ( MON ) 1 : 05 AM Auto action Play list : play starts 3 2 / 2 ( TUE ) 2 : 21 AM Cinema 4 3 / 3 ( WED ) 3 : 37 AM Music s 5 4 / 10 ( THU ) 11 : 05 AM Baseball Play list2 Menu3 Play list3 u to select 0 9 to exit RETURN men 3Return 2 Prev Next 1 ≥ To exit the screen Press [ DIRECT NAVIGATOR ] . ≥ To change the menu background navigation Press [ FUNCTIONS ] . 2 Press [ 3 , 4 ] or the numbered buttons to The background changes to the one recorded on the disc . ≥ To exit the screen select the program . Press [ ∫ ] . ≥ Press [ SHIFT ] i [ ANGLE / PAGE ] to skip page by page . ≥ To select a 2 - digit number Using e.g . 23 : [ S10 ] ➜ [ 2 ] ➜ [ 3 ] Selecting from the list ≥ Press [ 1 ] to show the contents of the program and the disc . 3 Press [ ENTER ] . 1 During play Press [ MENU ] . Playing a play list Playlist All By Artist e.g . No . Content title ( Only when the disc contains a play list ) 1 Few times in summer Playlist 2 Less and less Group 3 And when I was born 4 Quatre gymnopedies Content 1 Press [ PLAY LIST ] . 5 You've made me sad 6 I can't quit him 7 Evening glory Playlist e.g . Wheeling spin 8 Velvet Cuppermine 9 No . Date Length T i t l e Ziggy starfish 10 1 11 / 11 0 : 00 : 01 City Penguin 2 12 / 1 0 : 01 : 20 Ashley at Prom 3 1 / 2 1 : 10 : 04 Special 0 9 to select to play ENTER to exit RETURN 4 2 / 3 0 : 10 : 20 Soccer 5 2 / 10 0 : 25 : 01 Baseball 6 3 / 12 0 : 06 : 13 Home 7 3 / 1 0 : 01 : 20 Drama 2 Press [ 2 ] then [ 3 , 4 ] to switch among 8 4 / 2 1 : 00 : 12 Goodbye 9 4 / 3 0 : 30 : 20 Soccer 2 10 4 / 10 1 : 00 : 01 Baseball 2 “ Playlist ” , “ Group ” and “ Content ” lists . to select and press 0 9 to exit ENTER RETURN ≥ To exit the screen 3 Press [ 1 ] then [ 3 , 4 ] to select an item Press [ PLAY LIST ] . and press [ ENTER ] . 2 Press [ 3 , 4 ] or the numbered buttons to ≥ Press [ SHIFT ] i [ ANGLE / PAGE ] to skip page by page . select the play list . ≥ To exit the screen ≥ Press [ SHIFT ] i [ ANGLE / PAGE ] to skip page by page . Press [ MENU ] . ≥ To select a 2 - digit number e.g . 23 : [ S10 ] ➜ [ 2 ] ➜ [ 3 ] 3 Press [ ENTER ] . Tips for making WMA / MP3 and JPEG discs ( For CD - R , CD - RW ) [ WMA ] ≥ Discs must conform to ISO9660 level 1 or 2 ( except for extended ≥ You cannot play WMA files that are copy protected . formats ) . ≥ This unit does not support Multiple Bit Rate ( MBR ) . ≥ This unit supports multi - session but if there are a lot of sessions it [ MP3 ] takes more time for play to start . Keep the number of sessions to a ≥ This unit does not support ID3 tags . minimum to avoid this . ≥ Compatible sampling rates : 8 , 11.02 , 12 , 16 , 22.05 , 24 , 32 , 44.1 ≥ When there are more than 8 groups , the eighth group onwards will and 48 kHz . be displayed on one vertical line in the menu screen . ≥ There may be differences in the display order on the menu screen [ JPEG ] and computer screen . ≥ To view JPEG files on this unit : ≥ This unit cannot play files recorded using packet write . – Take them on a digital camera that meets the DCF Standard ( Design rule for Camera File system ) Version 1.0 . Some digital Naming folders and files e.g . [ MP3 ] cameras have functions that are not supported by the DCF ( Files are treated as content and folders root Standard Version 1.0 like automatic picture rotation which may are treated as groups on this unit . ) 001 group render a picture unviewable . At the time of recording , prefix folder and 001 – Do not alter the files in any way or save them under a different file names with 3 - digit numbers in the 001 track.mp3 name . 002 track.mp3 order you want to play them ( this may not 003 track.mp3 ≥ This unit cannot display moving pictures , MOTION JPEG and other work at times ) . 002 group such formats , still pictures other than JPEG ( e.g . TIFF ) or play Files must have the extension : pictures with attached audio . “ . WMA ” or “ . wma ” 001 track.mp3333 002 track.mppp “ . MP3 ” or “ . mp3 ” 003 group 003 track.mm “ . JPG ” , “ . jpg ” , “ . JPEG ” or “ . jpeg ” 004 track . 001 track.mp33 RQT7972 002 track.mp 003 track.mp3 23
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HT730 . book Page 24 Wednesday , June 1 , 2005 8 : 55 AM Using on - screen menus Items shown differ depending on the AV SYSTEM TV VCR type of disc . DVD / CD DISC TV / VIDEO TUNER / BAND Main menu 1 2 3 CH 6 4 5 Numbered VOLUME To start from a specific item buttons Program 8 9 7 ENTER Group CANCEL 0 S10 CANCEL Title SLOW / SEARCH SKIP Chapter Track TOP MENU MENU Playlist Content PLAY DIRECT NAVIGATOR LIST § ( Time To skip incrementally or decrementally ENTER 3 , 4 , 2 , enus1 Slip for play only ) ENTER RETURN FUNCTIONS 1 Press [ ENTER ] twice to show the Time Slip FUNCTIONS TV VOL TV VOL Time indicator . m § 2 Press [ 3 , 4 ] to select the time and on - screenpress Except iR / Press once . [ ENTER ] . iRW FUNCTIONS 1 ≥ Press and hold [ 3 , 4 ] to alter faster . § ( Time Search ) To start from a specific time To change remaining / elapsed time display Using ( ➜ page 19 , Changing soundtracks ) Select Select the menu . 2 Go to the Audio [ WMA ] [ MP3 ] next menu To display the current disc type ENTER To switch still pictures Still Picture Register To show thumbnail images Thumbnail Return to theenu ( ➜ page 19 , Changing subtitles ) Subtitle previous m [ RAM ] Select To recall a marker recorded on DVD - Video Make the settings . 3 recorders Marker ( VR ) To recall a marker : Press [ 3 , 4 ] ➜ Press ENTER [ ENTER ] ( with multiple angles ) Angle To select the angle Register To rotate picture Rotate Picture 1 2 3 To turn on / off slideshow 4 5 6 Slideshow To change the slideshow timing ( 0 – 30 sec ) 7 8 9 ENTER ( ➜ below ) Other 0 S10 Settings Press to exit . FUNCTIONS 4 Other Settings Except [ RAM ] [ DVD - A ] ( Motion picture part ) [ RAM ] [ DVD - V ] To mark up to 5 positions to play again To change play speed Play Speed – from “ k0.6 ” to “ k1.4 ” ( in 0.1 unit steps ) Press [ ENTER ] ( The unit is now ready to accept markers . ) To mark a position : Press [ ENTER ] ( at the desired ∫ Play Menu point ) To mark another position : Press [ 2 , 1 ] to select ( Only when the elapsed play time can be displayed . Marker “ ¢ ” ➜ Press [ ENTER ] [ JPEG ] : Works with all JPEG content . ) To recall a marker : Press [ 2 , 1 ] ➜ Press ( ➜ page 19 , Repeat play ) Repeat [ ENTER ] Except [ JPEG ] [ RAM ] ( Still picture part ) To erase a marker : Press [ 2 , 1 ] ➜ Press To repeat a specified section [ CANCEL ] A - B Repeat Press [ ENTER ] at the starting and ending points . ≥ This feature does not work during program and Press [ ENTER ] again to cancel . random play . [ ➜ page 18 , Reviewing titles to play ( ADVANCED Advanced DISC REVIEW ) ] Disc Review RQT7972 24
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7972en - p03 - 31 . fm Page 25 Tuesday , June 7 , 2005 4 : 26 PM Other Settings ∫ Picture Menu Enhances audio output to produce a warm hall - like Normal Sound sound . Cinema1 : Mellows images and enhances detail Enhancement On , - - - - - - . Off in dark scenes . Cinema2 : Sharpens images and enhances detail in dark scenes . ∫ Display Menu Animation [ JPEG ] Off , Date , Details Information Dynamic User ( Press [ ENTER ] to select “ Picture 0 to s60 ( in 2 unit steps ) Subtitle Position Picture Adjustment ” ) ( ➜ below ) Auto , 0 to s7 Mode Subtitle Brightness Picture Adjustment To select how to show images made Contrast Brightness for 4 : 3 aspect screens on a 16 : 9 menus Sharpness Color aspect television Gamma : Adjusts the brightness of dark parts . Normal : Horizontally stretches images . Depth Enhancer Auto : Expands 4 : 3 letterbox images Reduces the rough noise in the background to on - screen to fill more of the screen . give a greater feeling of depth . Other images appear in full in 4 : 3 Aspect 480i ( Interlace ) , - - . 480p ( Progressive ) the center of the screen . Video When you select “ 480p ” , a confirmation screen Shrink : Images appear in the center of Output appears . Select “ Yes ” only if connecting to a the screen . Mode Using progressive output compatible television . Zoom : Expands all images to fill the If you have chosen “ 480p ” ( ➜ above ) , select the screen . method of conversion for progressive output to If your television has a similar feature , suit the type of material . use it instead for a better effect . Auto1 ( normal ) : Detects 24 frame - per - second To select the appropriate screen size Just Fit Zoom film content and appropriately to fit your TV screen Transfer converts it . Mode To zoom in and out manually Manual Zoom Auto2 : Compatible with 30 frame - per - second film [ RAM ] [ DVD - V ] [ VCD ] content in addition to 24 frame - per - [ DVD - A ] ( Motion picture part ) second film content . Bit Rate Display On , - - - - - - . Off Video : Select when using Auto1 or Auto2 , and the video content is distorted . Off , On , Auto GUI See - through s3 to r3 GUI Brightness ∫ Audio Menu ( ➜ page 30 , Dolby Pro Logic II ) Dolby Pro ∫ Other Menu Logic II ( ➜ page 26 ) Setup To make the dialogue in movies easier to hear Select “ Play as DVD - Video ” to play Play as DVD - Video [ DVD - V ] ( Dolby Digital , DTS , MPEG , 3 - channel or Dialogue DVD - Video contents of DVD - Audio . or higher , with the dialogue recorded in the center Enhancer channel ) Play as DVD - Audio On , - - - - - - . Off Select “ Play as Data Disc ” to play JPEG Play as DVD - VR , [ RAM ] [ DVD - V ] ( Discs recorded with 48 kHz only ) files on DVD - RAM or to play a HighMAT Play as HighMAT ( Discs recorded with 44.1 kHz or 48 kHz only ) [ DVD - A ] disc without using the HighMAT or [ VCD ] [ CD ] function . Play as Data Disc ≥ During 2ch output of these discs , this feature gives you a more natural sound by adding the higher frequency signals not recorded on the disc , for example , playing DVD - Video recorded with 48 kHz at 96 kHz . ( Sampling frequency ➜ page 38 ) ≥ During multi - channel output of these discs , this feature reproduces the frequencies lost during recording to give you a sound closer to the original . Multi [ WMA ] [ MP3 ] ( Disc recording is other than 8 kHz , Re - master 16 kHz , 32 kHz ) This feature reproduces the higher frequencies [ HT930 ] ( lost during recording to give you a sound closer to [ HT933 ] only ) the original . 1 , - - - - - - . 2 , - - - - - - . 3 , - - - - - - . Off ^ - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - J [ DVD - V ] [ CD ] ( LPCM / PPCM ) [ DVD - A ] 1 High tempo ( e.g . , pop and rock ) 2 Various tempos ( e.g . , jazz ) 3 Low tempo ( e.g . , classical ) Other discs 1 Light effect 2 Medium effect 3 Strong effect ≥ You can confirm the sampling frequency on the RQT7972 screen . 25
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HT730 . book Page 26 Wednesday , June 1 , 2005 8 : 55 AM Changing the player settings Show the Setup menu . AV SYSTEM TV VCR SETUP 1 If you have not set QUICK SETUP SHIFT MUTING ( ➜ page 13 ) , the QUICK SETUP DVD / CD DISC TV / VIDEO TUNER / BAND screen appears . 1 2 3 Select Select the tab . CH 2 6 4 5 Numbered VOLUME buttons 8 9 7 ENTER CANCEL ENTER 0 S10 SLOW / SEARCH SKIP Go right TOP MENU MENU Select Select the item . PLAY DIRECT 3 NAVIGATOR LIST ENTER 3 , 4 , 2 , 1 s ettingENTER ENTER RETURN FUNCTIONS TV VOL TV VOL SUBWOOFER SUPER SRND C.FOCUS MIX 2CH LEVEL H.BASS SFC PL s Register player SLEEP ZOOM SUBTITLE SETUP QUICK OSD CM SKIP AUDIO MUTING SETUP CD MODE ANGLE / PAGE PLAY MODE GROUP FL DISPLAY REPEAT Make the settings . Select 4 TEST ADVANCED PLAY SPEED the SHIFT CH SELECT DISC REVIEW QUICK REPLAY SHIFT ENTER Changing Register Setup Item 1 2 3 Tab Disc English Audio 4 5 6 Video Setting Automatic Subtitle Audio English Menus 7 8 9 Display ENTER Intro Mode Advanced Disc Review Others 0 S10 Ratings Level 8 Press to exit . to exit ENTER RETURN to select and press SETUP 5 SHIFT MUTING ≥ The settings remain intact even if you switch the unit to standby . ≥ Underlined items are the factory preset in the following diagram . QUICK SETUP enables successive settings of the items in the shaded area . ∫ “ Disc ” tab § 1 § 2 ≥ English ≥ French ≥ Spanish ≥ Original ≥ Other ¢ ¢ ¢ ¢ Audio Choose the audio language . § 3 § 2 ≥ Automatic ≥ English ≥ French ≥ Spanish ≥ Other ¢ ¢ ¢ ¢ Subtitle Choose the subtitle language . § 2 ≥ English ≥ French ≥ Spanish ≥ Other ¢ ¢ ¢ ¢ Menus Choose the language for disc menus . Changing the menu language in QUICK SETUP also changes this setting . ≥ Intro Mode : Reviews each title / program . Advanced Disc Review ( ➜ page 18 ) Reviews not only each title / program but also each 10 minute interval within a title / program . ≥ Interval Mode : Setting ratings ( When level 8 is selected ) Ratings Set a ratings level to limit DVD - Video ≥ 1 to 7 ≥ 0 Lock All : To prevent play of discs without ratings levels . ≥ 8 No Limit play . When you select your ratings level , a password screen is shown . Follow the on - screen instructions . Do not forget your password . A message screen will be shown if a DVD - Video exceeding the ratings level is inserted in the unit . Enter your password and then follow the on - screen instructions . § 1 § 3 The original language designated on the disc is selected . If the language selected for “ Audio ” is not available , subtitles § 2 appear in that language ( if available on the disc ) . Input a code number referring to the table on page 38 . ∫ “ Video ” tab : Regular aspect television ( 4 : 3 ) ≥ 4 : 3 Pan & Scan TV Aspect The sides of the widescreen picture are cut off so it fills the screen ( unless Choose the setting to suit your prohibited by the disc ) . television and preference . ≥ 4 : 3 Letterbox : Regular aspect television ( 4 : 3 ) Widescreen picture is shown in the letterbox style . RQT7972 ≥ 16 : 9 : Widescreen television ( 16 : 9 ) 26
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HT730 . book Page 27 Wednesday , June 1 , 2005 8 : 55 AM ≥ Standard ( Direct View TV ) ≥ CRT Projector ≥ LCD TV / Projector TV Type ≥ Projection TV ≥ Plasma TV Select to suit the type of television . ≥ 20ms ≥ 40ms ≥ 60ms ≥ 80ms ≥ 100ms ≥ 0ms Time Delay When connected with a Plasma display , adjust if you notice the audio is out of sync with the video . ≥ Automatic Still Mode ≥ Field : The picture is not blurred , but picture quality is lower . Specify the type of picture shown ≥ Frame : Overall quality is high , but the picture may appear blurred . when paused . ≥ Lighter : When connected through VIDEO OUT or S - VIDEO OUT . Black Level Control B / PR ) . ≥ Darker : When connected through COMPONENT VIDEO OUT ( Y / P Change the black level of the picture if you connected a television through the COMPONENT VIDEO OUT terminals . ∫ “ Audio ” tab settings ≥ Off Dynamic Range Compression ≥ On : Adjusts for clarity even when the volume is low by compressing the range of the lowest sound level and the highest sound level . Convenient for late night viewing . ( Only works with Dolby Digital ) player ≥ Center : 0.0 / 1.0 / 2.0 / 3.0 / 4.0 / 5.0 ms Speaker Settings ( ➜ below ) / 5.0 / 10.0 / 15.0 ms ≥ Surround ( L / R ) : 0.0 Set the delay time for your center and surround speakers . the ∫ “ Display ” tab Changing ≥ English ≥ Français ≥ Español Menu Language ≥ On ≥ Off On - Screen Messages ∫ “ Others ” tab ≥ Dim ( [ HT930 ] [ HT933 ] Jog LED turns off . ) ≥ Bright FL Dimmer ≥ Auto : The display is dimmed , but brightens when you perform some operations . Changes the brightness of the unit’s display ( and Jog LED [ HT930 ] [ HT933 ] ) . ( [ HT930 ] [ HT933 ] Jog LED turns on when you perform some operations . ) ≥ Yes ≥ No QUICK SETUP ≥ Yes : The password screen is shown if “ Ratings ” ( ➜ page 26 ) is set . Please enter the same Re - initialize Setting password . After “ INIT ” on the display disappears , turn the unit off and on again . This returns all values in the Setup ≥ No menus to the default settings . Changing the delay time ( Speaker Settings ) ( Effective when playing multi - channel audio ) 1 Press [ 3 , 4 ] to select the delay time box and press ( Center and surround speakers only ) [ ENTER ] . For optimum listening with 5.1 - channel sound , all the speakers , 2 Press [ 3 , 4 ] to adjust the delay time and press [ ENTER ] . except for the subwoofer , should be the same distance from the Center delay time seating position . If you have to place the center or surround speakers closer to the seating position , adjust the delay time to make up for the difference . C L R ms 0.0 C : Actual speakers position C L R Exit Exit SW : Ideal speakers position a c ab c : Primary listening distance SW ms LS RS b 0.0 LS RS Approximate room dimensions Surround delay time LS RS Circle of constant primary listening distance To finish the speaker setting Press [ 2 ] to select “ Exit ” and press [ ENTER ] . If either distance a or b is less than c , find the difference in the When you change the surround speaker setting for Dolby Digital , the table and change to the recommended setting . setting also changes for Dolby Pro Logic II . a Center speaker b Surround speaker e.g . , the settings for MUSIC are the same as those for Dolby Digital . Difference ( Approx . ) Setting Difference ( Approx . ) Setting Dolby Pro Logic II Dolby Digital 30 cm ( 1 foot ) 1.0 ms 150 cm ( 5 feet ) 5.0 ms MUSIC MOVIE 60 cm ( 2 feet ) 2.0 ms 300 cm ( 10 feet ) 10.0 ms 0 ms 0ms 10 ms 90 cm ( 3 feet ) 3.0 ms 450 cm ( 15 feet ) 15.0 ms 5 ms 5ms 15 ms 120 cm ( 4 feet ) 4.0 ms 10 ms 10 ms 20 ms 150 cm ( 5 feet ) 5.0 ms 15 ms 15 ms 25 ms RQT7972 27
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HT730 . book Page 28 Wednesday , June 1 , 2005 8 : 55 AM The radio AV SYSTEM Selecting the preset channels TV VCR DVD / CD DISC TV / VIDEO TUNER / BAND 1 Press [ TUNER / BAND ] to select “ FM ” or TUNER / BAND 1 2 3 “ AM ” . CH CH 6 4 5 Numbered VOLUME buttons 2 Press the numbered buttons to select the 8 9 7 ENTER CANCEL 0 S10 channel . SLOW / SEARCH SKIP Alternatively , press [ W CH X ] . To select a 2 - digit number e.g . 12 : [ S10 ] ➜ [ 1 ] ➜ [ 2 ] TOP MENU MENU DISC T G S.SRND D.MIX SLP MONO STCT TUNED DIGITAL PL DTS PLAY DIRECT NAVIGATOR LIST MODE CD W ENTER RDS PS PTY DVD RAM ENTER RETURN FUNCTIONS When a stereo FM broadcast is being received . TV VOL TV VOL SUBWOOFER SUPER SRND C.FOCUS MIX 2CH LEVEL H.BASS SFC PL DISC T G S.SRND D.MIX SLP MONO STCT TUNED C R L DIGITAL SLEEP ZOOM SUBTITLE SETUP LS RS PL DTS QUICK OSD CM SKIP AUDIO MUTING S LFE MODE CD CD MODE ANGLE / PAGE RND 12 W RDS PS PTY PLAY MODE FL DISPLAY REPEAT GROUP PRG PGM DVD RAM H.BASS radioTEST ADVANCED PLAY SPEED SHIFT CH SELECT DISC REVIEW QUICK REPLAY ∫ If noise is excessive in FM The Main unit only Press [ FM MODE ] to display “ MONO ” . TUNE MODE MEMORY OPEN CLOSE DISC EXCHANGE DISC SKIP DISC T G S.SRND D.MIX SLP MONO STCT TUNED C R L DIGITAL LS RS PL DTS S LFE MODE CD VOLUME 1 2 3 4 5 PHONES INPUT SELECTOR H.BASS PROGRESSIVE CD MODE POWER RND 12 5 DISC SELECTOR W RDS PS PTY DOWN UP TUNE MODE FM MODE MEMORY TUNING PRG PGM DVD RAM H.BASS Press [ FM MODE ] again to cancel the mode . TUNING INPUT SELECTOR FM MODE The mode is also canceled when you change the frequency . Automatic presetting Manual tuning Main unit only Main unit only Up to 15 stations can be set in each band , FM and AM . 1 Press [ INPUT SELECTOR ] to select “ FM ” 1 Press [ INPUT SELECTOR ] to select “ FM ” or or “ AM ” . ” . “ AM 2 Press [ TUNE MODE ] to select “ MANUAL ” . 2 Press [ TUNE MODE ] to select “ MANUAL ” . Each time you press the button : MANUAL ( ) PRESET 3 Press [ X TUNING W ] to select the 3 Press [ X TUNING W ] to tune to the lowest frequency . Press and hold [ X TUNING W ] until the frequency starts frequency ( FM : 87.9 or 87.5 , AM : 520 ) . scrolling to start automatic tuning . Tuning stops when a station is found . 4 Press and hold [ MEMORY ] . Release the button when “ FM AUTO ” or “ AM AUTO ” is ∫ Presetting the channel displayed . Up to 15 stations can be set in each band , FM and AM . The tuner presets all the stations it can receive into the 1 While listening to the radio broadcast channels in ascending order . Press [ ENTER ] . ≥ “ SET OK ” is displayed when the stations are set , and the radio tunes to the last preset station . 2 While the frequency and “ PGM ” are flashing on the display ≥ “ ERROR ” is displayed when automatic presetting is Press the numbered buttons to select a channel . unsuccessful . Preset the channels manually ( ➜ right ) . Alternatively , press [ W CH X ] , then press [ ENTER ] . ≥ To select a 2 - digit number e.g . 12 : [ S10 ] ➜ [ 1 ] ➜ [ 2 ] . DISC T G S.SRND D.MIX SLP MONO STCT TUNED DIGITAL PL DTS MODE CD W RDS PS PTY DVD RAM The station occupying a channel is erased if another station is RQT7972 preset to that channel . 28
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HT730 . book Page 29 Wednesday , June 1 , 2005 8 : 55 AM ∫ FM frequency step Main unit only You can change the FM step . The step is factory - set to 0.2 MHz , but you can change it to receive broadcasts allocated in 0.1 - MHz steps . 1 Press [ INPUT SELECTOR ] to select “ FM ” . 2 Press and hold [ INPUT SELECTOR ] . After a few seconds the display changes to show the current minimum frequency . Continue to hold the button down . The minimum frequency changes and the step is changed . To return to the original step , repeat the above steps . [ Note ] After changing the setting , previously preset frequency will be cleared . Preset it again . Optional antenna connections Use outdoor antennas if radio reception is poor . ≥ Disconnect the antenna when the unit is not in use . radio ≥ Do not use the outdoor antenna during an electrical storm . The illustration shows SC - HT730 for U.S.A . and Canada . The Leave the AM loop antenna connected . FM outdoor antenna ( Using a television antenna ) ≥ Disconnect the FM indoor antenna . ≥ The antenna should be installed by a competent technician . AM outdoor antenna ( Using a vinyl wire ) Rework your outdoor antenna’s 75 ≠ coaxial cable as follows . Run a piece of vinyl wire horizontally across a window or other convenient location . – 12m 5 DIGITAL TRANSMITTER FM ANT – 39 feet ) ( 16 ( 75 ≠ ) 75 ≠ coaxial cable ( not included ) L AM ANT A LOOP \ U.S.A . \ and \ Canada ] R EXT Antenna plug ( not included ) 3 Install the coaxial cable . 4 Attach the cover . 2 Carefully pull the 1 Remove a piece of the Clamp the cable conductor , tabs apart to outer vinyl insulator . and wind it on so that it does remove the cover . not contact anything else . 13 10 mm ( / 32z ) 2 1 13 / 32z ) 10 mm ( Peel back 1 Clamp with pliers 9 / 32z ) 7 mm ( RQT7972 29
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HT730 . book Page 30 Wednesday , June 1 , 2005 8 : 55 AM Sound field and sound quality C.FOCUS SFC SHIFT AV SYSTEM Center Focus TV VCR ( Discs where the dialogue is recorded in the center channel ) DVD / CD DISC TV / VIDEO TUNER / BAND DVD / CD You can make the sound of the center speaker seem like it is coming from within the television . 1 2 3 CH Press [ SHIFT ] i [ C.FOCUS ] . 6 4 5 VOLUME 8 9 7 ENTER CANCEL 0 S10 VOLUME SLOW / SEARCH SKIP T G S.SRND D.MIX SLP MONO STCT DISC TUNED C R L DIGITAL LS RS PL DTS S LFE MODE CD RND 12 W RDS PS PTY TOP MENU MENU PRG PGM DVD RAM H.BASS PLAY DIRECT NAVIGATOR LIST Each time you press the button : ENTER 3 , 4 , 2 , 1 C FOCUS ON , - - - - - - . C FOCUS OFF RETURN FUNCTIONS ≥ This does not work when Super Surround is turned on . ≥ This also works when Dolby Pro Logic II is turned on . TV VOL TV VOL SUBWOOFER SUPER SRND C.FOCUS MIX 2CH LEVEL H.BASS SFC PL MIX 2CH , PL SUBWOOFER LEVEL SLEEP ZOOM SUBTITLE SETUP QUICK OSD CM SKIP AUDIO MUTING SLEEP MUTING MIX 2CH CD MODE ANGLE / PAGE PL PLAY MODE FL DISPLAY REPEAT GROUP Dolby Pro Logic II C.FOCUS , SFC SUPER SRND , H.BASS quality TEST ADVANCED PLAY SPEED SHIFT CH SELECT QUICK REPLAY DISC REVIEW SHIFT TEST , CH SELECT Dolby Pro Logic II is an advanced decoder that derives 5 - channel surround ( Left and Right Front , Center , Left and Right Surround ) from any stereo program material , whether or not it has soundbeen specifically Dolby Surround encoded . [ Note ] Press [ ÎPLII ] . and ≥ When connected with headphones , the following sound field Each time you press the button : DISC TUNED DIGITAL systems have no effect . ( Excluding Sound Field Control ) MOVIE : Movie software , recorded in Dolby PL DTS field ≥ You may experience a reduction in sound quality when these MODE CD Surround . W RDS PS PTY sound field systems are used with some sources . If this occurs , MUSIC : Stereo sources DVD RAM turn the sound field system off . Sound OFF : Cancel ≥ If you turn on Super Surround , Dolby Pro Logic II is canceled and ≥ This works only in DVD / CD mode . vice versa . ≥ “ ÎPLII ” lights when there is effect . C.FOCUS SFC Sound Field Control MIX 2CH PL SHIFT Down - mixing Changes the sound quality . You can output the down - mixed 2 channel signals when necessary . Press [ SFC ] . Each time you press the button : Press [ SHIFT ] i [ MIX 2CH ] . FLAT : Cancel ( no effect is added ) ( factory preset ) . DISC T G S.SRND D.MIX SLP MONO STCT TUNED C R L DIGITAL HEAVY : Adds punch to rock . LS RS PL DTS S LFE MODE CD CLEAR : Clarifies higher sounds . RND 12 W RDS PS PTY PRG PGM SOFT : For background music . DVD RAM H.BASS DISCO : Reverberates sound to make you feel like you are in a disco . Each time you press the button : LIVE : Makes vocals more alive . MIX 2CH ON , - - - - - - . MIX 2CH OFF HALL : Expands sound to make you feel like you are in a hall . ≥ When “ D.MIX ” flashes on the display , the disc contains multiple - To check the current setting channel signals that cannot be down - mixed . [ DVD - A ] Press [ SFC ] . SUPER SRND SUPER SRND H.BASS SHIFT H.BASS Super Surround Enhancing the bass sound Adds surround effects to stereo sound . You can enhance low - frequency sound so that heavy bass sound can be heard clearly , even if the acoustics of your room are not Press [ SHIFT ] i [ SUPER SRND ] . optimal . The unit automatically selects the most suitable setting Each time you press the button : according to the type of playing source . T G S.SRND D.MIX SL ED MUSIC : Adds surround effects to stereo Press [ H.BASS ] . MONO STCT C R L sources . LS RS [ HT930 ] [ HT933 ] H.BASS indicator lights on the mWovie S LFE MOVIE : Use this mode when playing RND 12 W main unit . software . PRG PGM H.BASS PARTY : Sound is in stereo regardless of the direction you are ≥ When DVD - Video or DVD - RAM is selected facing . H.BASS ON ( factory preset ) , - - - - - - . H.BASS OFF OFF : Cancel ≥ When another source is selected H.BASS OFF ( factory preset ) , - - - - - - . H.BASS ON ≥ You can adjust the volume of the surround speakers to get the best surround effect ( ➜ page 31 , Speaker level adjustments ) . The setting you make is retained , and recalled every time you play RQT7972 ≥ Super Surround does not work when playing a DVD recorded with the same type of source . a multi - channel source . 30
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HT730 . book Page 31 Wednesday , June 1 , 2005 8 : 55 AM Other useful functions SUBWOOFER SLEEP LEVEL QUICK OSD SHIFT Subwoofer level Sleep timer You can adjust the amount of bass . The unit automatically selects Press [ SHIFT ] i [ SLEEP ] to select the time ( in the most suitable setting according to the type of playing source . minutes ) . Press [ SUBWOOFER LEVEL ] . SLEEP 30_ - - - - ) SLEEP 60_ - - - - ) SLEEP 90 D.MIX SLP ^ " " " " " OFF ( _ SLEEP 120 ( __ } ≥ When DVD - Video or DVD - RAM is selected SUB W 4 ( factory preset ) > SUB W 1 > SUB W 2 > SUB W 3 ^ - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - } ≥ When another source is selected SUB W 2 ( factory preset ) > SUB W 3 > SUB W 4 > SUB W 1 ^ - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - } To cancel the timer Press [ SHIFT ] i [ SLEEP ] to select “ OFF ” . DISC T G S.SRND D.MIX SLP MONO STCT TUNED C R L DIGITAL LS RS PL DTS S LFE MODE CD RND 12 To confirm the remaining time W RDS PS PTY PRG PGM DVD RAM H.BASS Press [ SHIFT ] i [ SLEEP ] again . To change the setting The setting you make is retained , and recalled every time you play Repeat the procedure from the beginning . the same type of source . SETUP TEST MUTING CH SELECT SHIFT Muting Speaker level adjustments functions This is one of the ways to get appropriate surround effects . Press [ MUTING ] . Preparation “ MUTING ” flashes on the unit’s display . Press [ DVD / CD ] . useful T G S.SRND D.MIX SLP MONO STCT DISC TUNED C R L DIGITAL LS RS PL DTS S LFE MODE CD 1 While stopped and no on - screen display is shown RND 12 W RDS PS PTY PRG PGM DVD RAM H.BASS quality / Other Press [ SHIFT ] i [ TEST ] to output a test signal . To cancel L : Front left C : Center R : Front right ≥ Press [ MUTING ] again or reduce the volume to minimum ( – – dB ) , RS : Right surround LS : Left surround then raise it to the required level . ≥ There is no output from SW ( subwoofer ) channel . ≥ Muting is canceled when you switch the unit to standby . 2 Press [ VOLUME , r ] or [ s ] to set the sound volume level normally used for listening . Using headphones 3 Press [ 3 ] ( increase ) or [ 4 ] ( decrease ) to and adjust the speaker level for each speaker . field Main unit only C , RS , LS : ` 6 dB to i6 dB ( L , R : Only the balance is adjustable . ) Sound ≥ To adjust the balance of the front speakers 1 Reduce the volume and connect the While outputting the test signal , press [ 2 , 1 ] . ≥ Adjust the speaker level to the same level as the front headphones ( not included ) . speakers . 1 Headphone plug type : 3.5 mm ( / 8z ) stereo To stop the test signal VOLUME Press [ SHIFT ] i [ TEST ] again . OPEN CLOSE DISC EXCHANGE DISC SKIP ∫ To adjust speaker level during play VOLUME 1 2 3 4 5 PHONES INPUT SELECTOR H.BASS PROGRESSIVE CD MODE POWER 5 DISC SELECTOR DOWN UP ( Effective when playing multi - channel audio or when Dolby Pro TUNE MODE FM MODE MEMORY TUNING Logic II or Super Surround is on . ) 1 Press [ CH SELECT ] to select the speaker . L # C # R # RS # LS # SW ^ - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - } SW : Subwoofer ≥ You can adjust SW only if the disc includes a subwoofer 2 Adjust headphone volume with channel . [ VOLUME ] . ≥ “ SW ” does not appear on the display and is not adjustable when Dolby Pro Logic II is turned on . ≥ Audio is automatically switched to stereo ( 2 - channel ) . ≥ “ S ” appears on the display when “ MUSIC ” or “ MOVIE ” is selected with Super Surround ( ➜ page 30 ) . In this case , you [ Note ] can adjust both surround speaker levels at the same time Avoid listening for prolonged periods of time to prevent hearing using [ 3 , 4 ] . damage . ` 6 dB to i6 dB S : 2 Press [ 3 ] ( increase ) or [ 4 ] ( decrease ) to adjust the speaker level for each speaker . C , RS , LS , SW : ` 6 dB to i6 dB ( L , R : Only the balance is adjustable . ) ≥ To adjust the balance of the front speakers RQT7972 While “ L ” or “ R ” is selected , press [ 2 , 1 ] . 31
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HT730 . book Page 32 Wednesday , June 1 , 2005 8 : 55 AM Operating other equipment ∫ Connection example The illustration shows SC - HT930 for U.S.A . and Canada . Television ( not included ) Video cassette recorder Audio cable ( not included ) To show video from ( not included ) the video cassette Video cable ( not included ) recorder Select “ VIDEO 2 ” : Signal flow input on your AUDIO OUT VIDEO IN VIDEO AUDIO OUT television in this OUT L R L R 1 2 example . To play audio from a video cassette recorder To play audio from the television AV SYSTEM TV Reduce the volume on the television TV VCR VCR to its minimum and control the AV SYSTEM TV / VIDEO DVD / CD AUX DISC TUNER / BAND volume on this unit . Already connected DVD / CD AUX , TV / VIDEO ( ➜ page 11 ) TUNER / BAND ent 1 2 3 DIGITAL TRANSMITTER CH CH FM ANT TV CVCRR V Numbered 6 4 5 COMPONENTVIDEO OUT ERECC R ( 75 ≠ ) AUDIO AUDIO ( 480p / 480i ) mOUT AUX IN IN PB Y VOLUME buttons ip8 9 7 L S - VIDEO AM ANT ENTER equOUT 10 / ENTER A CANCEL 0 S10 LOOP R SLOW / SEARCH EXT SKIP other , PR EVIDEOO VID UOUTT O TOP MENU MENU Operating [ HT930 ] [ HT933 ] [ HT930 ] [ HT933 ] PLAY DIRECT To record discs , NAVIGATOR LIST To play audio from radio broadcasts , ENTER a tape deck etc . to a tape deck RETURN FUNCTIONS TV VOL TV VOL TV VOL TV VOL SUBWOOFER SUPER SRND C.FOCUS MIX 2CH LEVEL H.BASS SFC PL R R L L SLEEP ZOOM SUBTITLE SETUP PLAY OUT REC IN QUICK OSD CM SKIP AUDIO MUTING CD MODE ANGLE / PAGE PLAY MODE FL DISPLAY REPEAT GROUP Tape deck TEST ADVANCED PLAY SPEED SHIFT CH SELECT DISC REVIEW QUICK REPLAY ( not included ) SHIFT Operating the television and the video cassette recorder You can use the remote control to operate a Panasonic television or a video cassette recorder . Connect your equipment referring to “ Connection example ” ( ➜ above ) . [ Note ] The remote control may not work properly with some models . Television Video cassette recorder Preparation Preparation Aim the remote control at the unit and press [ TV ] to light up the ≥ Change the video input mode on the television ( “ VIDEO 2 ” in the example ) . button , and then aim it at the television for the following operations : ≥ Aim the remote control at the unit and press [ VCR ] to light up the Turning the television on / off button , and then aim it at the video cassette recorder for the Press [ Í AV SYSTEM ] . following operations : Switching the television’s video input mode Turning the video cassette recorder on / off [ HT730 ] [ HT733 ] Press [ TV / VIDEO ] . Press [ Í AV SYSTEM ] . [ HT930 ] [ HT933 ] Press [ SHIFT ] i [ TV / VIDEO ] . Play , pause and stop Changing channels Press [ 1 ] ( play ) , [ ; ] or [ ∫ ] . Press [ W CH X ] . Fast forward and rewind ≥ [ S10 / ENTER ] is used to confirm channel selection on some Press [ 6 ] or [ 5 ] . televisions manufactured by other companies . Adjusting the volume Connecting a laser disc or record player Press [ TV VOLs ] or [ TV VOLr ] . Connect instead of a video cassette recorder ( ➜ above ) and select “ VCR ” as the source . We recommend using a record player with a built - in phono equalizer . If your player doesn’t have a built - in equalizer , connect it first to a separate equalizer and then to the unit . RQT7972 32
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7972en - p32 - 40 . fm Page 33 Friday , June 10 , 2005 7 : 09 PM Specifications AMPLIFIER SECTION Changing the remote control code [ HT730 ] This remote control can also operate some other brands of RMS Output Power : Dolby Digital Mode televisions and video cassette recorders . Change the code to Front Ch 70 W per channel ( 4 ≠ ) , 1 kHz , 10 % THD operate such equipment ( ➜ below ) . Surround Ch 70 W per channel ( 4 ≠ ) , 1 kHz , 10 % THD Center Ch 260 W per channel ( 4 ≠ ) , 1 kHz , 10 % THD Aim the remote control at the equipment . Subwoofer Ch 260 W per channel ( 4 ≠ ) , 100 Hz , 10 % THD equipment While pressing [ TV ] or [ VCR ] Total RMS Dolby Digital mode power 800 W FTC Output Power : Dolby Digital Mode Press a numbered button to enter the first Front Ch 45 W per channel ( 4 ≠ ) , 120 Hz – 20 kHz , 1 % THD digit , and then the second digit . 45 W per channel ( 4 ≠ ) , 120Hz – 20 kHz , 1 % THD Surround Ch Center Ch 140 W per channel ( 4 ≠ ) , 120Hz – 20 kHz , 1 % THD The remote control outputs the on / off signal . If the code is correct , other ≠ ) , 45 Hz – 120 Hz , 1 % THD Subwoofer Ch 150 W per channel ( 4 the equipment turns on or off . If it doesn’t , try entering another code . Total FTC Dolby Digital mode power 470 W [ Note ] [ HT733 ] Operating Reenter the codes after you change the batteries . RMS Output Power : Dolby Digital Mode Front Ch 65 W per channel ( 4 ≠ ) , 1 kHz , 10 % THD Surround Ch 60 W per channel ( 4 ≠ ) , 1 kHz , 10 % THD Center Ch 250 W per channel ( 4 ≠ ) , 1 kHz , 10 % THD Subwoofer Ch 250 W per channel ( 4 ≠ ) , 100 Hz , 10 % THD Operating the tape deck Total RMS Dolby Digital mode power 750 W ( [ HT930 ] [ HT933 ] only ) FTC Output Power : Dolby Digital Mode Front Ch 40 W per channel ( 4 ≠ ) , 120 Hz – 20 kHz , 1 % THD 40 W per channel ( 4 ≠ ) , 120Hz – 20 kHz , 1 % THD Surround Ch Recording to the tape deck Center Ch 130 W per channel ( 4 ≠ ) , 120Hz – 20 kHz , 1 % THD Subwoofer Ch 140 W per channel ( 4 ≠ ) , 45 Hz – 120 Hz , 1 % THD Total FTC Dolby Digital mode power 430 W 1 Press [ DVD / CD ] to select “ DVD / CD ” . [ HT930 ] [ HT933 ] or RMS Output Power : Dolby Digital Mode Front Ch 170 W per channel ( 6 ≠ ) , 1 kHz , 10 % THD Press [ TUNER / BAND ] to select “ FM ” or Surround Ch 70 W per channel ( 4 ≠ ) , 1 kHz , 10 % THD “ AM ” . Specifications Center Ch 260 W per channel ( 4 ≠ ) , 1 kHz , 10 % THD Subwoofer Ch 260 W per channel ( 4 ≠ ) , 100 Hz , 10 % THD 2 Start recording and play . Total RMS Dolby Digital mode power 1000 W FTC Output Power : Dolby Digital Mode Front Ch 100 W per channel ( 6 ≠ ) , 120 Hz – 20 kHz , 1 % THD Listening to the tape deck Surround Ch 45 W per channel ( 4 ≠ ) , 120 Hz – 20 kHz , 1 % THD Center Ch 140 W per channel ( 4 ≠ ) , 120 Hz – 20 kHz , 1 % THD Press [ AUX ] to select “ AUX ” as the source . Subwoofer Ch 150 W per channel ( 4 ≠ ) , 45 Hz – 120 Hz , 1 % THD Total FTC Dolby Digital mode power 580 W FM / AM TUNER , TERMINALS SECTION Preset station FM 15 stations AM / MW 15 stations Frequency Modulation ( FM ) Frequency range 87.9 – 107.9 MHz ( 200 - kHz step ) 87.5 – 108.0 MHz ( 100 - kHz step ) Sensitivity 2.5 µV ( IHF ) S / N 26 dB 2.2 µV Antenna terminals 75 ≠ ( unbalanced ) Television code list Amplitude Modulation ( AM / MW ) Panasonic : 01 , 02 , 26 Philco : 06 , 07 Frequency range 520 – 1710 kHz ( 10 - kHz step ) Sony : 04 Philips : 06 AM Sensitivity S / N 20 dB at 1000 kHz 560 µV / m Fisher : 14 Pioneer : 02 , 10 , 19 Phone jack 1 G - E : 02 , 03 , 07 , 09 Quasar : 02 / 8z ) jack Terminal Stereo , 3.5 mm ( Gold Star : 07 , 15 RCA : 03 , 07 , 09 , 13 , 23 , Hitachi : 05 , 07 24 , 25 JVC : 12 Sanyo : 14 LXI : 03 , 06 , 07 , 10 , 14 , Sharp : 08 , 21 15 Sylvania : 06 , 07 , 15 Magnavox : 06 , 07 , 11 , 15 , 22 Symphonic : 17 Mitsubishi : 07 , 15 , 16 , 21 Toshiba : 10 , 21 NEC : 07 , 15 Zenith : 18 , 20 Video cassette recorder code list NEC : 19 , 25 , 31 , 38 Panasonic : 01 , 02 , 09 , 33 Philco : 02 , 09 , 12 , 30 Sony : 05 , 06 , 07 , 35 , 36 , Philips : 02 , 09 , 12 37 Pioneer : 09 Fisher : 13 , 14 , 15 , 18 , 34 Quasar : 01 , 02 , 09 , 33 Funai : 08 , 30 RCA : 02 , 03 , 04 , 09 , 10 , G - E : 02 , 03 , 11 11 , 12 , 23 , 24 , 26 Gold Star : 27 Sanyo : 14 , 18 , 34 Hitachi : 09 , 10 , 11 Sharp : 16 , 17 JVC : 19 , 25 , 31 , 38 , 39 , Shintom : 32 40 Sylvania : 02 , 09 , 12 , 30 LXI : 10 , 13 , 14 , 15 , 18 , Symphonic : 30 27 , 30 Toshiba : 23 , 24 Magnavox : 02 , 09 , 12 RQT7972 Zenith : 20 Mitsubishi : 21 , 22 , 28 , 29 33
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7972en - p32 - 40 . fm Page 34 Tuesday , June 7 , 2005 1 : 40 PM Specifications [ HT733 ] [ Active \ subwoofer \ SB - WA733 ] DISC SECTION Type 1 way , 2 speaker system ( Bass reflex ) Discs played [ 8 cm ( 3z ) or 12 cm ( 5z ) ] Speaker unit ( s ) ( 1 ) DVD - RAM ( DVD - VR compatible , JPEG formatted discs ) 1 / 8z ) Cone type 1 . Woofer 13 cm ( 5 ( 2 ) DVD - Audio 1 2 . Woofer 13 cm ( 5 / 8z ) Cone type ( 3 ) DVD - Video Output sound pressure 80 dB / W ( 1.0 m ) ( 4 ) DVD - R , DVD - RW ( DVD - Video compatible ) Frequency range 40 Hz – 220 Hz ( j16 dB ) iR , iRW ( Video compatible ) 45 Hz – 180 Hz ( j10 dB ) ( 5 ) CD - Audio ( CD - DA ) Dimensions ( WtHtD ) 201.5 mmk368.2 mmk491.5 mm ( 6 ) Video CD 15 1 3 / 16zk14 / 2zk19 / 8z ) ( 7 ( 7 ) SVCD ( Conforming to IEC62107 ) Mass 11.3 kg ( 24.9 lbs ) ( 8 ) CD - R / RW ( CD - DA , Video - CD , SVCD , MP3 , WMA , JPEG formatted disc ) [ HT930 ] [ Active \ subwoofer \ SB - WA930 ] § 1 ( 9 ) MP3 / WMA [ HT933 ] [ Active \ subwoofer \ SB - WA933 ] ≥ Compatible compression rate : Type 1 way , 2 speaker system ( Bass reflex ) MP3 : between 32 kbps and 320 kbps Speaker unit ( s ) 7 WMA : between 48 kbps and 320 kbps / 8z ) Cone type 1 . Woofer 15 cm ( 5 7 § 1 2 . Woofer 15 cm ( 5 / 8z ) Cone type ( 10 ) JPEG Output sound pressure 84 dB / W ( 1.0 m ) ≥ Exif Ver 2.1 JPEG Baseline files Frequency range 34 Hz – 220 Hz ( j16 dB ) ≥ Picture resolution : between 320k240 and 6144k4096 pixels 38 Hz – 190 Hz ( j10 dB ) ( sub sampling is 4 : 2 : 2 or 4 : 2 : 0 ) Dimensions ( WtHtD ) 285 mmk402 mmk520 mm ( 11 ) HighMAT Level 2 ( Audio and Image ) 7 13 15 / 32zk15 / 16zk20 / 32z ) ( 11 § 1 The total combined maximum number of recognizable audio Mass 15 kg ( 33.1 lbs ) and picture contents and groups : 4000 audio and picture contents and 400 groups . SPEAKER SECTION Pick up Wavelength CD 785 nm [ HT730 ] [ HT733 ] [ Front \ speakers \ SB - FS730 ] DVD 662 nm Type 2 way , 2 speaker system ( Bass reflex ) Speaker unit ( s ) Impedance 4 ≠ Laser power [ U.S.A . [ CLASS IIa / CLASS I 1 / 2z ) Cone type 1 . Woofer 6.5 cm ( 2 [ Others [ CLASS 2 / CLASS 3A 3 / 8z ) Cone type 2 . Tweeter 6 cm ( 2 Audio output ( Disc ) Input power ( IEC ) 70 W ( Max ) Number of channels 5.1ch ( FL , FR , C , SL , SR , SW ) Output sound pressure 81 dB / W ( 1.0 m ) [ HT930 ] [ HT933 ] Audio performance Cross over frequency 6 kHz Specifications ( 1 ) Frequency response Frequency range 80 Hz – 41 kHz ( j16 dB ) ≥ DVD ( linear audio ) 4 Hz – 22 kHz ( 48 kHz sampling ) 95 Hz – 40 kHz ( j10 dB ) 4 Hz – 44 kHz ( 96 kHz sampling ) Dimensions ( WtHtD ) ≥ DVD - Audio 4 Hz – 88 kHz ( 192 kHz sampling ) 218 mmk1080 mm ( max ) / 984 mm ( min ) k243 mm 19 1 3 9 ≥ CD - Audio 4 Hz – 20 kHz / 32zk42 / 2z ( max ) / 38 / 4z ( min ) k9 / 16z ] [ 8 Mass 2.7 kg ( 6 lbs ) ( 2 ) S / N ratio ≥ CD - Audio 95 dB [ HT730 ] [ HT733 ] [ Surround \ speakers \ SB - FS731 ] ( 3 ) Dynamic range Type 1 way , 1 speaker system ( Bass reflex ) ≥ DVD ( linear audio ) 95 dB Speaker unit ( s ) Impedance 4 ≠ 1 ≥ CD - Audio 93 dB / 2z ) Cone type Full range 6.5 cm ( 2 ( 4 ) Total harmonic distortion Input power ( IEC ) 70 W ( Max ) Output sound pressure 80 dB / W ( 1.0 m ) ≥ CD - Audio 0.005 % Frequency range 88 Hz – 25 kHz ( j16 dB ) 100 Hz – 22 kHz ( j10 dB ) VIDEO SECTION Dimensions ( WtHtD ) 90 mmk193 mmk102 mm 17 19 1 / 32zk7 / 32zk4 / 32z ) ( 3 Video system Mass 0.7 kg ( 1.54 lbs ) Signal system NTSC Composite video output [ HT730 ] [ HT733 ] [ Center \ speaker \ SB - PC730 ] Output level 1 Vp - p ( 75 ≠ ) Type 2 way , 3 speaker system ( Bass reflex ) Terminal Pin jack ( 1 system ) Speaker unit ( s ) Impedance 4 ≠ 1 / 2z ) Cone type 1 . Full range 6.5 cm ( 2 S - video output 1 / 2z ) Cone type 2 . Full range 6.5 cm ( 2 Y output level 1 Vp - p ( 75 ≠ ) 3 . Super tweeter Piezo type C output level NTSC ; 0.286 Vp - p ( 75 ≠ ) § 2 ( Max ) Input power ( IEC ) 260 W Terminal S terminal ( 1 system ) Output sound pressure 83 dB / W ( 1.0 m ) Component video output ( 480p / 480i ) Cross over frequency 10 kHz Y output level 1 Vp - p ( 75 ≠ ) Frequency range 103 Hz – 25 kHz ( j16 dB ) B output level 0.7 Vp - p ( 75 ≠ ) P 116 Hz – 22 kHz ( j10 dB ) R output level 0.7 Vp - p ( 75 ≠ ) P Dimensions ( WtHtD ) 320 mmk88 mmk96 mm 19 15 25 B : blue , PR : red ) ( 1 system ) Terminal Pin jack ( Y : green , P / 32zk3 / 32zk3 / 32z ) ( 12 Mass 1.3 kg ( 2.9 lbs ) SUBWOOFER SECTION [ HT730 ] [ Active \ subwoofer \ SB - WA730 ] Type 1 way , 2 speaker system ( Bass reflex ) Speaker unit ( s ) 1 / 8z ) Cone type 1 . Woofer 13 cm ( 5 1 2 . Woofer 13 cm ( 5 / 8z ) Cone type Output sound pressure 80 dB / W ( 1.0 m ) Frequency range 40 Hz – 220 Hz ( j16 dB ) 45 Hz – 180 Hz ( j10 dB ) Dimensions ( WtHtD ) 201.5 mmk368.2 mmk491.5 mm 15 1 3 / 16zk14 / 2zk19 / 8z ) ( 7 Mass 11.3 kg ( 24.9 lbs ) RQT7972 34
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7972en - p32 - 40 . fm Page 35 Friday , June 10 , 2005 7 : 09 PM [ HT930 ] [ Front \ speakers \ SB - FS930 ] [ HT933 ] [ Center \ speaker \ SB - PC920 ] Type 2 way , 3 speaker system ( Bass reflex ) Type 2 way , 3 speaker system ( Bass reflex ) Speaker unit ( s ) Impedance 6 ≠ Speaker unit ( s ) Impedance 4 ≠ 1 1 1 . Woofer 8 cm ( 3 / 8z ) Cone type / 2z ) Cone type 1 . Woofer 6.5 cm ( 2 1 2 . Woofer 8 cm ( 3 / 8z ) Cone type 1 2 . Woofer 6.5 cm ( 2 / 2z ) Cone type 3 / 8z ) Ring shaped dome type 3 . Tweeter 6 cm ( 2 3 / 8z ) Ring shaped dome type 3 . Tweeter 6 cm ( 2 § 2 ( Max ) Input power ( IEC ) 170 W § 2 Input power ( IEC ) 270 W ( Max ) Output sound pressure 84 dB / W ( 1.0 m ) Output sound pressure 82 dB / W ( 1.0 m ) Cross over frequency 7 kHz Cross over frequency 5 kHz Frequency range 75 Hz – 50 kHz ( j16 dB ) Frequency range 110 Hz – 50 kHz ( j16 dB ) 90 Hz – 45 kHz ( j10 dB ) 140 Hz – 45 kHz ( j10 dB ) Dimensions ( WtHtD ) 260 mmk1234 mmk270 mm 1 19 21 / 4zk48 / 32zk10 / 32z ) ( 10 Dimensions ( WtHtD ) 320 mmk97 mmk93 mm 19 13 21 Mass 4.35 kg ( 9.6 lbs ) / 32zk3 / 16zk3 / 32z ) ( 12 Mass 1.5 kg ( 3.3 lbs ) [ HT930 ] [ Surround \ speakers \ SB - FS931 ] Type 2 way , 2 speaker system ( Bass reflex ) Speaker unit ( s ) Impedance 4 ≠ GENERAL 1 / 8z ) Cone type 1 . Woofer 8 cm ( 3 Power supply 3 2 . Tweeter 6 cm ( 2 / 8z ) Ring shaped dome type \ U.S.A . \ and \ Canada ] AC 120 V , 60 Hz Input power ( IEC ) 70 W ( Max ) [ Others ] AC 110 V / 127 V / 220 – 230 V / 240 V , 50 / 60 Hz Output sound pressure 80 dB / W ( 1.0 m ) Power consumption Main unit 25 W Cross over frequency 5 kHz [ HT730 ] [ HT733 ] Subwoofer 340 W Frequency range 70 Hz – 50 kHz ( j16 dB ) [ HT930 ] [ HT933 ] Subwoofer 390 W 85 Hz – 45 kHz ( j10 dB ) Dimensions ( WtHtD ) 430 mmk68 mmk423 mm Dimensions ( WtHtD ) 100 mmk324 mmk112 mm 15 11 10 15 25 13 6 / 16zk2 / 16zk16 / 16z ) ( 1 / 16zk12 / 32zk4 / 32z ) ( 3 Mass 1.06 kg ( 2.34 lbs ) Mass Main unit 4 kg ( 8.9 Ibs ) Operating temperature range r5 oC to r35 oC ( r41 oF to r95 oF ) [ HT930 ] [ Center \ speaker \ SB - PC930 ] Operating humidity range 5 % to 90 % RH ( no condensation ) Type 2 way , 3 speaker system ( Bass reflex ) Speaker unit ( s ) Impedance 4 ≠ 1 / 2z ) Cone type 1 . Woofer 6.5 cm ( 2 1 / 2z ) Cone type 2 . Woofer 6.5 cm ( 2 Power consumption in standby mode 3 3 . Tweeter 6 cm ( 2 / 8z ) Ring shaped dome type \ U.S.A . \ and \ Canada ] approx . 0.5 W pecifications § 2 ( Max ) Input power ( IEC ) 260 W [ Others ] approx . 0.9 W Output sound pressure 82 dB / W ( 1.0 m ) Cross over frequency 5 kHz § 2 Rating with low cut filter equipped amplifier Frequency range 110 Hz – 50 kHz ( j16 dB ) 140 Hz – 45 kHz ( j10 dB ) Dimensions ( WtHtD ) 320 mmk88 mmk96 mm 19 15 25 / 32zk3 / 32zk3 / 32z ) ( 12 S [ Note ] Mass 1.36 kg ( 3 lbs ) 1 . Specifications are subject to change without notice . Mass and dimensions are approximate . [ HT933 ] [ Front \ speakers \ SB - PF920 ] 2 . Total harmonic distortion is measured by a digital spectrum Type 2 way , 3 speaker system ( Bass reflex ) analyzer . Speaker unit ( s ) Impedance 6 ≠ 1 / 2z ) Cone type 1 . Woofer 6.5 cm ( 2 1 2 . Woofer 6.5 cm ( 2 / 2z ) Cone type 3 / 8z ) Ring shaped dome type 3 . Tweeter 6 cm ( 2 § 2 Input power ( IEC ) 170 W ( Max ) Output sound pressure 83 dB / W ( 1.0 m ) Cross over frequency 7 kHz Frequency range 92 Hz – 50 kHz ( j16 dB ) 110 Hz – 45 kHz ( j10 dB ) Dimensions ( WtHtD ) 240 mmk1138 mm ( Max ) / 678 mm ( Min ) k240 mm 7 13 11 7 / 16zk44 / 16z ( Max ) / 26 / 16z ( Min ) k9 / 16z ] [ 9 13 1 Speaker height adjustment range : 1138 – 968 mm ( 44 / 16z – 38 / 8z ) 11 19 / 32z – 24 / 32z ) 796 – 625 mm ( 31 11 [ However , the height of the stand is fixed at 678 mm ( 26 / 16z ) . ] Mass 4.1 kg ( 9 lbs ) [ HT933 ] [ Surround \ speakers \ SB - PS920 ] Type 2 way , 2 speaker system ( Bass reflex ) Speaker unit ( s ) Impedance 4 ≠ 1 / 2z ) Cone type 1 . Woofer 6.5 cm ( 2 3 2 . Tweeter 6 cm ( 2 / 8z ) Ring shaped dome type User memo : Input power ( IEC ) 70 W ( Max ) DATE OF PURCHASE ______________________________ Output sound pressure 80 dB / W ( 1.0 m ) DEALER NAME ___________________________________ Cross over frequency 5 kHz DEALER ADDRESS ________________________________ Frequency range 95 Hz – 50 kHz ( j16 dB ) _________________________________________________ 110 Hz – 45 kHz ( j10 dB ) TELEPHONE NUMBER _____________________________ Dimensions ( WtHtD ) 160 mmk224 mmk107 mm 5 13 7 / 16zk8 / 16zk4 / 32z ) ( 6 Mass 1.5 kg ( 3.3 lbs ) The model number and serial number of this product can be found on either the back or the bottom of the unit . Please note them in the space provided below and keep for future reference . MODEL NUMBER RQT7972 SERIAL NUMBER 35
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HT730 . book Page 36 Wednesday , June 1 , 2005 8 : 55 AM Troubleshooting guide Before requesting service , make the following checks . If you are in doubt about some of the check points , or if the solutions indicated in the chart do not solve the problem , refer to the “ Customer Services Directory ” on page 39 if you reside in the U.S.A . , or refer to the “ Product information ” on page 38 if you reside in Canada . In other areas , consult your dealer . Power Page No power . ≥ Insert the AC power supply cord and system cable securely . 12 The unit is automatically ≥ The Sleep timer was working and had reached the set time limit . 31 switched to the standby mode . Unresponsive or inoperable function No response when any buttons ≥ This unit cannot play discs other than the ones listed in these operating instructions . 15 The unit may not be operating properly due to lightning , static electricity or some other external are pressed . ≥ — Turn the unit off and then back to ON . Alternatively , turn the unit off , disconnect the AC factor . power supply cord , and then reconnect it . — ≥ Condensation has formed : Wait 1 to 2 hours for it to evaporate . No response when remote ≥ Check that the batteries are installed correctly . 13 control buttons are pressed . ≥ The batteries are depleted . Replace them with new ones . 13 ≥ Aim the remote control at the remote control signal sensor and operate . 14 Cannot play DVD’s . ≥ CD Mode is on . Press [ SHIFT ] i [ CD MODE ] to turn CD Mode off . 18 No picture or sound . ≥ Check the video or audio connection . 4 , 5 , 7 , 10 , 11 , 32 ≥ Check the power or input setting of the connected equipment . — ≥ Check that the DVD - RAM has something recorded on it . — You have forgotten your ratings ≥ While stopped and “ DVD / CD ” is the source , press and hold [ ∫ ] on the main unit and [ S10 ] on the — password . remote control until “ Initialized ” disappears from the television . Turn the unit off and on again . Reset all the settings to Factory All settings will return to the default values . Preset . Specific operation undesirable or unexpected It takes time before play starts . ≥ Play may take time to begin when an MP3 track has still picture data . Even after the track starts , — [ MP3 ] the correct play time will not be displayed . This is normal . guide ≥ Folders deeper than the eighth layer are displayed as the eighth layer . — Folders deeper than the eighth layer on a data CD are not displayed correctly . [ WMA ] [ MP3 ] Troubleshooting [ JPEG ] A menu screen appears during ≥ This is normal for Video CD’s . — skip or search . [ VCD ] Playback control menu doesn’t ≥ Press [ ∫ ] twice and then press [ 1 ] ( play ) . — with playback control appear . [ VCD ] The program and random play ≥ These functions do not work with some DVD - Videos . — functions do not work . [ DVD - V ] Programmed items are not ≥ Some items cannot be played even if you have programmed them . — played . [ DVD - V ] The on - screen menu shows “ 2 ” ≥ Even if a second soundtrack isn’t recorded , two numbers will normally be shown . — as a soundtrack option when [ AUDIO ] is pressed , but the audio does not change . [ DVD - A ] Play restarts from the beginning ≥ This is normal on DVD - Audio . — of the track when soundtrack is changed . [ DVD - A ] Scenes are skipped ≥ If you change the volume or sound field / quality setting during ADVANCED DISC REVIEW , the 18 intermittently . [ RAM ] [ DVD - V ] function continues without the on - screen display . Press [ ADVANCED DISC REVIEW ] again to cancel the function . Subtitle Subtitle position is wrong . ≥ Adjust the position . ( “ Subtitle Position ” in Display Menu ) 25 No subtitles . ≥ Display the subtitles . 19 The subtitles overlap closed ≥ Clear the subtitles . 19 captions recorded on discs . Marker Cannot add markers . ≥ You cannot add markers with DVD - RAM . — ≥ If the disc’s elapsed play time doesn’t appear on the unit’s display , you cannot add markers . — A - B repeat Point B is automatically set . ≥ The end of an item becomes point B when it is reached . — A - B repeat is automatically — ≥ A - B repeat is canceled when you press [ QUICK REPLAY ] . canceled . Sound abnormal or improper Sound distorted . ≥ Noise may occur when playing WMA . — Effects do not work . ≥ Some audio effects do not work or have less effect with some discs . — ≥ Multi Re - master ( [ HT930 ] [ HT933 ] only ) and Dolby Pro Logic II do not work if you have changed — the play speed . Humming is heard during play . ≥ An AC power supply cord or fluorescent light is near the subwoofer . Keep other appliances and — cables away from the subwoofer . RQT7972 No sound ≥ There may be a pause in sound when you change the play speed . — 36
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HT730 . book Page 37 Wednesday , June 1 , 2005 8 : 55 AM Menus Page The Setup menu cannot be ≥ Select “ DVD / CD ” as the source . — accessed . ≥ Cancel program and random play . 20 Picture abnormal or unviewable Picture distorted . ≥ Ensure that the unit is connected directly to the television , and is not connected through a video 11 cassette recorder . Picture size doesn’t fit the ≥ Change “ TV Aspect ” in the “ Video ” tab . 26 screen . ≥ Use the television to change the aspect . If your television does not have that function , change 25 “ 4 : 3 Aspect ” in Display Menu . 19 ≥ Change the Zoom setting . Menu is not displayed correctly . ≥ Restore the zoom ratio to “ a1.00 ” . 19 ≥ Set “ Subtitle Position ” in Display Menu to “ 0 ” . 25 ≥ Set “ 4 : 3 Aspect ” in Display Menu to “ Normal ” . 25 Auto zoom function does not ≥ Turn off TV’s zoom function . — work well . ≥ Use the other preset aspect ratios or manual adjustment . 19 ≥ Zoom function may not work well , especially in dark scenes and may not work depending on the — type of disc . The picture on the television ≥ Mobile telephone chargers can cause some disturbance . — disappears or stripes appear on ≥ If you are using a TV indoor antenna , change to an outdoor antenna . — the screen . ≥ The television antenna wire is too close to the unit . Separate the antenna wire of the television — from the unit . Progressive video There is ghosting when ≥ This problem is caused by the editing method or material used on DVD - Video , but should be 25 progressive output is on . corrected if you use interlace output . Change “ Video Output Mode ” in Picture Menu to “ 480i ” . Pictures not in progressive ≥ Press [ PROGRESSIVE ] on the main unit so “ PRG ” is displayed . Or select “ 480p ” in “ Video 16 , output . Output Mode ” in Picture Menu . 25 ≥ If the unit is connected to the television through VIDEO OUT or S - VIDEO OUT terminal , output 11 will be interlace even if “ PRG ” is displayed . Closed captions not displayed . ≥ When progressive output is on , closed captions will not be displayed . — guide Listening to the radio Noise is heard . ≥ Adjust the position of the FM or AM antenna . — “ ST ” flickers or doesn’t light . ≥ Use an outdoor antenna . 29 Troubleshooting Sound is distorted . A beat sound is heard . ≥ Turn the television off or move it away from the unit . — A low hum is heard during AM ≥ Separate the antenna from other cables . — broadcasts . Television operation Cannot operate the TV . ≥ Press [ TV ] first to operate the television . — ≥ Check the remote control code for the TV manufacturer . 33 Unit displays The display is dark . ≥ Select “ Bright ” in “ FL Dimmer ” in the “ Others ” tab . 27 “ NOPLAY ” ≥ You inserted a disc the unit cannot play ; insert one it can . 15 ≥ You inserted a blank disc . — “ NODISC ” ≥ You haven’t inserted a disc ; insert one . — ≥ You haven’t inserted the disc correctly ; insert it correctly . 16 “ F61 ” ≥ Check and correct the speaker cord connections . 4 , 5 , If this does not fix the problem , there is a power supply problem . Consult the dealer . 7 , 10 “ DVD U11 ” ≥ Disc is dirty . Wipe it clean . 15 “ ERROR ” ≥ Incorrect operation performed . Read the instructions and try again . — “ DVD H ∑ ∑ ” ≥ Trouble may have occurred . The number following “ H ” depends on the status of the unit . Turn the — ∑ ∑ stands for a number . unit off and then back to ON . Alternatively , turn the unit off , disconnect the AC power supply cord , and then reconnect it . ≥ If the service numbers fail to clear , note the service number and contact a qualified service person . — “ [ W ] ” is flashing . ≥ There is no link between the main unit and the receiver . Check that the receiver is turned on . — ( When using optional SH - FX50 ) ≥ Ensure that the digital transmitter is fully inserted into the slot of the main unit . — “ W01 ” is flashing or lit . ≥ Re - initialize the main unit : While stopped and “ DVD / CD ” is the source , press and hold [ ∫ ] on the — ( When using optional SH - FX50 ) main unit and [ S10 ] on the remote control until “ Initialized ” disappears from the television . Turn the unit off and on again . If the problem persists , contact a qualified service person . Television displays “ / ” ≥ The operation is prohibited by the unit or disc . — “ Cannot display group xx , ≥ You are trying to display incompatible contents . — content xx ” “ This disc may not be played in ≥ You can only play DVD - Video if their region number is the same or includes the same region Cover your region ” number as the unit or if the DVD - Video is marked “ ALL ” . Confirm the region number for the unit page on the rear panel . No on - screen display . ≥ Select “ On ” in “ On - Screen Messages ” in the “ Display ” tab . 27 RQT7972 37
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HT730 . book Page 38 Wednesday , June 1 , 2005 8 : 55 AM Product Service Glossary 1 . Damage requiring service — The unit should be serviced by Decoder qualified service personnel if : A decoder restores the coded audio signals on DVD’s to normal . This is called decoding . ( a ) The AC power supply cord or AC adaptor has been damaged ; or Dolby Digital ( b ) Objects or liquids have gotten into the unit ; or This is a method of coding digital signals developed by Dolby ( c ) The unit has been exposed to rain ; or Laboratories . Apart from stereo ( 2 - channel ) audio , these signals can ( d ) The unit does not operate normally or exhibits a marked also be multi - channel audio . A large amount of audio information can change in performance ; or be recorded on one disc using this method . ( e ) The unit has been dropped or the cabinet damaged . 2 . Servicing — Do not attempt to service the unit beyond that DTS ( Digital Theater Systems ) described in these operating instructions . Refer all other This surround system is used in many movie theaters around the servicing to authorized servicing personnel . world . There is good separation between the channels , so realistic 3 . Replacement parts — When parts need replacing ensure the sound effects are possible . servicer uses parts specified by the manufacturer or parts that have the same characteristics as the original parts . Unauthorized Dynamic range substitutes may result in fire , electric shock , or other hazards . Dynamic range is the difference between the lowest level of sound 4 . Safety check — After repairs or service , ask the servicer to that can be heard above the noise of the equipment and the highest perform safety checks to confirm that the unit is in proper working level of sound before distortion occurs . condition . Frame still and field still The servicer will require all components to service your system . Frames are the still pictures that go together to make a moving Therefore , should service ever be necessary , be sure to bring the picture . There are about 30 frames shown each second . entire system . One frame is made up of two fields . A regular television shows these fields one after the other to create frames . A still is shown when you pause a moving picture . A frame still is Product information made up of two alternating fields , so the picture may appear blurred , but overall quality is high . For product information or assistance with product operation : A field still is not blurred , but it has only half the information of a frame still so picture quality is lower . In the U.S.A . , refer to “ Customer Services Directory ” on page 39 . In Canada , contact the Panasonic Canada Inc . Customer Care I / P / B Centre at 1 - 800 - 561 - 5505 , or visit the website MPEG 2 , the video compression standard adopted for use Service / Maintenance / Glossarywith ( www.panasonic.ca ) , or an authorized Servicentre closest to DVD - Video , codes frames using these 3 picture types . I : Intra coded picture you . This picture has the best quality and is the best to use when In other areas , consult your dealer . adjusting the picture . P : Predictive coded picture This picture is calculated based on past I or P - pictures . B : Bidirectionally - predictive coded picture This picture is calculated by comparing past and future I and P - pictures so it has the lowest volume of information . Maintenance Linear PCM ( pulse code modulation ) Clean this unit with a soft , dry cloth . These are uncompressed digital signals , similar to those found on CDs . ≥ Never use alcohol , paint thinner or benzine to clean this unit . ≥ Before using chemically treated cloth , carefully read the Playback control ( PBC ) instructions that came with the cloth . If a Video CD has playback control , you can select scenes and Product Do not use commercially available lens cleaners as they may information with menus . cause malfunction . ( Cleaning of the lens is generally not necessary Sampling frequency although this depends on the operating environment . ) Sampling is the process of converting the heights of sound wave ( analog signal ) samples taken at set periods into digits ( digital encoding ) . Sampling frequency is the number of samples taken per Before moving the unit , ensure the disc trays are empty . second , so larger numbers mean more faithful reproduction of the Failure to do so will risk severely damaging the discs and the original sound . unit . Language code list Romanian : 8279 Abkhazian : 6566 Telugu : 8469 Chinese : 9072 Hausa : 7265 Lithuanian : 7684 Russian : 8285 Afar : 6565 Thai : 8472 Corsican : 6779 Hebrew : 7387 Macedonian : 7775 Samoan : 8377 Afrikaans : 6570 Tibetan : 6679 Croatian : 7282 Hindi : 7273 Malagasy : 7771 Sanskrit : 8365 Albanian : 8381 Tigrinya : 8473 Czech : 6783 Hungarian : 7285 Malay : 7783 Scots Gaelic : 7168 Ameharic : 6577 Tonga : 8479 Danish : 6865 Icelandic : 7383 Malayalam : 7776 Serbian : 8382 Arabic : 6582 Turkish : 8482 Dutch : 7876 Indonesian : 7378 Maltese : 7784 Serbo - Croatian : 8372 Armenian : 7289 Turkmen : 8475 English : 6978 Interlingua : 7365 Maori : 7773 Shona : 8378 Assamese : 6583 Twi : 8487 Esperanto : 6979 Irish : 7165 Marathi : 7782 Sindhi : 8368 Aymara : 6589 Ukrainian : 8575 Estonian : 6984 Italian : 7384 Moldavian : 7779 Singhalese : 8373 Azerbaijani : 6590 Urdu : 8582 Faroese : 7079 Japanese : 7465 Mongolian : 7778 Slovak : 8375 Bashkir : 6665 Uzbek : 8590 Fiji : 7074 Javanese : 7487 Nauru : 7865 Slovenian : 8376 Basque : 6985 Vietnamese : 8673 Finnish : 7073 Kannada : 7578 Nepali : 7869 Somali : 8379 Bengali ; Bangla : 6678 Volapük : 8679 French : 7082 Kashmiri : 7583 Norwegian : 7879 Spanish : 6983 Bhutani : 6890 Welsh : 6789 Frisian : 7089 Kazakh : 7575 Oriya : 7982 Sundanese : 8385 Bihari : 6672 Wolof : 8779 Galician : 7176 Kirghiz : 7589 Pashto , Pushto : 8083 Swahili : 8387 Breton : 6682 Xhosa : 8872 Georgian : 7565 Korean : 7579 Persian : 7065 Swedish : 8386 Bulgarian : 6671 Yiddish : 7473 German : 6869 Kurdish : 7585 Polish : 8076 Tagalog : 8476 Burmese : 7789 Yoruba : 8979 Greek : 6976 Laotian : 7679 Portuguese : 8084 Tajik : 8471 Byelorussian : 6669 Zulu : 9085 Greenlandic : 7576 Latin : 7665 Punjabi : 8065 RQT7972 Tamil : 8465 Cambodian : 7577 Guarani : 7178 Latvian , Lettish : 7686 Quechua : 8185 Rhaeto - Romance : 8277 Tatar : 8484 Catalan : 6765 Gujarati : 7185 Lingala : 7678 38
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HT730 . book Page 39 Wednesday , June 1 , 2005 8 : 55 AM Limited Warranty ( ONLY FOR U.S.A . ) Panasonic Puerto Rico , Inc . Panasonic Consumer Electronics Company , Ave . 65 de Infantería , Km . 9.5 Division of Panasonic Corporation of North America San Gabriel Industrial Park , Carolina , Puerto Rico 00985 One Panasonic Way Secaucus , New Jersey 07094 Panasonic Audio Products Limited Warranty Carry - In or Mail - In Service Limited Warranty Coverage For Carry - In or Mail - In Service in the United States call 1 - 800 - 211 - PANA ( 1 - 800 - 211 - 7262 ) If your product does not work properly because of a defect in materials or workmanship , or visit Panasonic web site : http : / / www.panasonic.com Panasonic Consumer Electronics Company or Panasonic Puerto Rico , Inc . ( collectively For assistance in Puerto Rico call Panasonic Puerto Rico , Inc . ( 787 ) - 750 - 4300 or fax referred to as “ the warrantor ” ) will , for the length of the period indicated on the chart below , ( 787 ) - 768 - 2910 . which starts with the date of original purchase ( “ warranty period ” ) , at its option either ( a ) repair your product with new or refurbished parts , or ( b ) replace it with a new or a Limited Warranty Limits And Exclusions refurbished product . The decision to repair or replace will be made by the warrantor . This warranty ONLY COVERS failures due to defects in materials or workmanship , and DOES NOT COVER normal wear and tear or cosmetic damage . The warranty ALSO Product or Part Name Parts Labor DOES NOT COVER damages which occurred in shipment , or failures which are caused by products not supplied by the warrantor , or failures which result from accidents , misuse , Audio Products ( except items listed below ) One ( 1 ) year abuse , neglect , mishandling , misapplication , alteration , faulty installation , set - up One ( 1 ) year adjustments , misadjustment of consumer controls , improper maintenance , power line surge , lightning damage , modification , or commercial use ( such as in a hotel , office , USB Reader - Writer , Personal Computer restaurant , or other business ) , rental use of the product , service by anyone other than a Card Adapters One ( 1 ) year Not Applicable Factory Servicenter or other Authorized Servicer , or damage that is attributable to acts of ( in exchange for defective item ) God . Accessories : Headphones , Cartridges , Ninety ( 90 ) Ninety ( 90 ) THERE ARE NO EXPRESS WARRANTIES EXCEPT AS LISTED UNDER “ LIMITED days Microphones , Adapters days WARRANTY COVERAGE ” . THE WARRANTOR IS NOT LIABLE FOR INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES RESULTING FROM THE USE OF THIS PRODUCT , OR Rechargeable Batteries , DVD - R / - RAM ARISING OUT OF ANY BREACH OF THIS WARRANTY . ( As examples , this excludes Ten ( 10 ) days Not Applicable Discs ( in exchange for defective item ) damages for lost time , travel to and from the servicer , loss of media or images , data or other memory content . The items listed are not exclusive , but are for illustration only . ) ALL SD Memory Cards , Rechargeable Battery Ninety ( 90 ) EXPRESS AND IMPLIED WARRANTIES , INCLUDING THE WARRANTY OF Not Applicable Packs ( in exchange for defective item ) days MERCHANTABILITY , ARE LIMITED TO THE PERIOD OF THE LIMITED WARRANTY . Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages , During the “ Labor ” warranty period there will be no charge for labor . During the “ Parts ” or limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts , so the exclusions may not apply to you . warranty period , there will be no charge for parts . You must carry - in or mail - in your product This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may also have other rights which vary during the warranty period . If non - rechargeable batteries are included , they are not from state to state . If a problem with this product develops during or after the warranty warranted . This warranty only applies to products purchased and serviced in the United period , you may contact your dealer or Servicenter . If the problem is not handled to your States or Puerto Rico . This warranty is extended only to the original purchaser of a new satisfaction , then write to the warrantor’s Consumer Affairs Department at the addresses product which was not sold “ as is ” . A purchase receipt or other proof of the original listed for the warrantor . purchase date is required for warranty service . U.S.A . ) PARTS AND SERVICE WHICH ARE NOT COVERED BY THIS LIMITED WARRANTY ARE YOUR RESPONSIBILITY . FOR ( ONLY Customer Services Directory Warranty Obtain Product Information and Operating Assistance ; locate your nearest Dealer or Servicenter ; purchase Parts and Accessories ; or make Customer Service and Literature requests by visiting our Web Site at : http : / / www.panasonic.com / consumersupport or , contact us via the web at : Limited http : / / www.panasonic.com / contactinfo You may also contact us directly at : 1 - 800 - 211 - PANA ( 7262 ) , Monday - Friday 9 am - 9 pm ; Saturday - Sunday 10 am - 7 pm , EST . For hearing or speech impaired TTY users , TTY : 1 - 877 - 833 - 8855 Accessory Purchases Purchase Parts , Accessories and Instruction Books online for all Panasonic Products by visiting our Web Site at : http : / / www.pasc.panasonic.com or , send your request by E - mail to : npcparts @ us.panasonic.com You may also contact us directly at : 1 - 800 - 332 - 5368 ( Phone ) 1 - 800 - 237 - 9080 ( Fax Only ) ( Monday – Friday 9 am to 8 pm , EST . ) Panasonic Services Company 20421 84th Avenue South , Kent , WA 98032 ( We Accept Visa , MasterCard , Discover Card , American Express , and Personal Checks ) For hearing or speech impaired TTY users , TTY : 1 - 866 - 605 - 1277 Service in Puerto Rico Panasonic Puerto Rico , Inc . Ave . 65 de Infantería , Km . 9.5 , San Gabriel Industrial Park , Carolina , Puerto Rico 00985 Phone ( 787 ) 750 - 4300 , Fax ( 787 ) 768 - 2910 F1104 RQT7972 39
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7972en - p32 - 40 . fm Page 40 Monday , August 1 , 2005 4 : 13 PM Listening caution EST . 1924 Selecting fine audio equipment such as the We recommend that you avoid prolonged To establish a safe level : unit you’ve just purchased is only the start of exposure to excessive noise . ≥ Start your volume control at a low setting . your musical enjoyment . Now it’s time to ≥ Slowly increase the sound until you can consider how you can maximize the fun and Sound can be deceiving . Over time your hear it comfortably and clearly , and without excitement your equipment offers . This hearing “ comfort level ” adapts to higher distortion . manufacturer and the Electronic Industries volumes of sound . So what sounds “ normal ” Association’s Consumer Electronics Group can actually be loud and harmful to your Once you have established a comfortable want you to get the most out of your hearing . sound level : equipment by playing it at a safe level . One Guard against this by setting your equipment ≥ Set the dial and leave it there . that lets the sound come through loud and at a safe level BEFORE your hearing adapts . clear without annoying blaring or distortion — Taking a minute to do this now will help to and , most importantly , without affecting your prevent hearing damage or loss in the future . sensitive hearing . After all , we want you listening for a lifetime . Accessories Please check and identify the supplied accessories . Use numbers indicated in parentheses when asking for replacement parts . ( Product numbers correct as of December 2004 . These may be subject to change . ) Only for U.S.A . : To order accessories , refer to “ Accessory Purchases ” on page 39 . For other areas : To order accessories , call the dealer from whom you made your purchase . ∏ 1 Remote control ∏ 2 Bases [ HT730 ] [ HT733 ] ∏ 1 FM indoor antenna ∏ 2 Bases [ HT930 ] [ HT730 ] [ HT733 ] ( RYQX0198 - S ) ( RSA0007 - L ) ( RYQX0191 - S ) ( EUR7722XB0 ) [ HT930 ] [ HT933 ] ( EUR7722XD0 ) ∏ 4 Long screws [ HT930 ] ∏ 3 Speaker cables ∏ 4 Washer screws ( XSN5 + 32FJ ) 1kshort cable [ HT730 ] [ HT733 ] [ HT730 ] [ HT733 ] ( REEX0449B - 1 ) ( XTW5 + 10LFJ ) ∏ 2 Remote control batteries [ HT930 ] [ HT933 ] ( REEX0501B - J ) ∏ 4 Short screws [ HT930 ] ( RHD30090 - 1 ) ∏ 4 Small screws [ HT730 ] [ HT733 ] ∏ 1 Video cable ( XTB3 + 8JFJ ) ( K2KA2BA00001 ) 2klong cables ∏ 2 Pipes [ HT933 ] [ HT733 ] ( REEX0449E - 1 ) [ HT730 ] ∏ 4 Bracket screws [ HT930 ] ( REEX0501E ) ( RYQ0463 - S ) [ HT730 ] [ HT733 ] [ HT933 ] ( REEX0501E - J ) ∏ 1 System cable ( XSN5 + 10FJ ) ( K1HA25HA0001 ) ∏ 2 Bases [ HT933 ] ( RYQ0470 - S ) ∏ 2 Brackets [ HT730 ] [ HT733 ] 1 Sheet of speaker - cable stickers ∏ ( RYQX0205 - S ) ∏ 1 AM loop antenna ( N1DAAAA00001 ) ∏ 4 Large screws [ HT933 ] ( XSS6 + 14FJ ) ∏ 1 Sheet of rubber pads [ HT730 ] [ HT733 ] ( RKAX0025 - K ) ∏ 1 AC power supply cord ∏ 2 Pipes ( A ) [ HT730 ] [ HT733 ] ∏ 4 Small screws [ HT933 ] \ U.S.A . \ and \ Canada ] ( RYBX0095 - S ) ( XSN5 + 10FJ ) ( K2CB2CB00018 ) ∏ 2 Pipes [ HT930 ] ( RYQX0190 - S ) ∏ 2 Pipes ( B ) [ HT730 ] [ HT733 ] \ For \ areas \ except \ U.S.A . \ and \ Canada ] ( RMAX0076 - S ) \ Others ] ∏ 1 Power plug adaptor ( K2CQ2CA00002 ) ( K2DA42E00001 ) [ For \ U.S.A . ] [ For \ Canada ] p Panasonic Consumer Electronics Panasonic Puerto Rico , Inc . Panasonic Canada Inc . Ave . 65 de Infantería , Km . 9.5 5770 Ambler Drive Company , Division of Panasonic San Gabriel Industrial Park , Carolina , Mississauga , Ontario Corporation of North America Puerto Rico 00985 L4W 2T3 One Panasonic Way Secaucus , www.panasonic.ca New Jersey 07094 http : / / www.panasonic.com [ For \ others ] Matsushita Electric Industrial Co . , Ltd . Panasonic Marketing Europe Corporate Management Division for G.M.B.H . Wiesbaden N . the Americas ( a Division of Panasonic Marketing Sales Office for North America G.M.B.H . ) Tokyo Panasonic Sales Section Military Sales Department 32nd Floor , World Trade Center 4 - 1 , 6200 Wiesbaden - Biebrich , Hamamatsu - cho , 2 - Chome , Minato - Ku , Hagenauerstr . 43 Tokyo 105 - 6132 , Japan Germany C 2004 Matsushita Electric Industrial Co . , Ltd . RQT7972 - 4P Printed in Malaysia F1204NK4085
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